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Watches and Wonders

Are You Ready for Watches & Wonders? Watchicity Is!

With Watches & Wonders 2023 starting in Geneva next week, do you really need a better reason to download the watch industry’s de facto news aggregator, effectively getting a free, all-access pass to the largest trade show of the year? We didn’t think so.

By Watchonista

If you’ve been following our coverage of our Watchicity news feed service, you’ll see we usually end each piece with something nicey-nice like:

“If you haven’t had the chance to experience Watchicity, please give it a try.”

However, with the Watches & Wonders 2023 conclave in Geneva and the impending, overwhelming, and slightly terrifying tsunami of watch news coming next week, we’ve decided being a bit more forward is in order. I mean, really, who you gonna call?

Seriously, the kid gloves are coming off: Watchicity is your free ticket to an uninterrupted, unbiased, open flow of from-the-floor show news and updates.

It will serve you well whether you are in Geneva and need a quick check on what’s been happening while you’ve been booth-hopping or if you’re a watch-lover not going to Geneva. Either way, having easy access to Watchicity is downright essential.

Listen Up

Allow us to be blunt (you’ll thank us later). Right now, visit the URL and BOOKMARK it. Or even better, download the mobile app at either the Google Play or Apple App stores and fire it up.

Watchicity is free, easy to use, and doesn’t have all that service advertising, account-creating mishigas, or other interstitials that get in the way of you and the stories you want to read.

Moreover, with most watch news outlets planning multiple postings each day of the show (Watchonista included), there is simply no better way to keep up and ahead of the curve. And because Watchicity works with the direct RSS feeds of every one of our 24 news sources, their stories pop up for your aggregated pleasure and inspection in the fastest way possible.

You don’t have to take our word for it. You can read the testimonials of our feed partners, watch collectors, and watch industry insiders, as well as some unsolicited praise from some Watchicity users who have grown to become “power users” in the past four and a half months.

Zen for the Future

Ok, ok. Deep breath. Find your happy place. Relax.

Just as Watchicity will be an essential tool for intense news cycles like the Watches & Wonders, it will also be an entertaining, thorough, and ever-expanding news and content choice on the regular when life is a little less hectic.

Plus, when your day-to-day includes a little more free time, Watchicity’s mobile apps include no fewer than eight constantly updating popular video feeds. And from the out-of-the-box individual YouTubers to visual reports from our news source partners, our fingers nearly went numb scrolling down the feed. But with several hundred video clips aggregated, you’re talking thousands of minutes of watch-related video content to spend your time with while you wait for the next episode of The Mandalorian to drop or the new season of The Great British Bake Off to (finally!) begin.

See, we told you you’d end up thanking us.

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