The official Overwatch social networking platform for the game is now available for download on Android and iOS.
Blizzard has released the app to download, which you can check out for free right now.
The new app has the same interface as its website but includes some additional features that can be accessed with a button on the top right.
There are a number of new features that you’ll want to check out.
First, there’s a new notification panel, where you can add your favorite Overwatch friends and have them send you a notification when their Overwatch game is complete.
You can also add more notifications, including one for your friends and a new button for sending them a text.
It will also let you add new friends to your friends list.
Next, you can make requests via text message, or via an app like Snapchat.
You’ll also be able to set a custom chat setting for specific players.
Lastly, there are the new Overwatch Challenges and Training modes.
These new modes will be released in early 2018.
There is also a new video camera mode that will let you snap photos with the game’s camera.
These will be uploaded to Blizzard’s official YouTube channel in the coming months.
As far as the app itself, there is a lot of new functionality.
You get a notification in your notifications drawer when you receive a new post, and you can quickly dismiss notifications without losing any of your most recent ones.
You also get a new icon that you can use to open the notifications panel.
There are also a few other additions to the app that you should check out as well.
Blizz has announced a new feature that will allow players to record their games and share them on social networks.
You will also be notified when your Overwatch match is complete by a new player notification.
These notifications will be updated automatically to show your next match as soon as it’s finished.
The app is free, but you will need a paid subscription to access the feature.
The Overwatch app for Android and Apple devices is available right now and will be available to download for free in early 2019.