Facebook Messenger App Updated For Apple Watch

Posted: Oct 9 2015, 9:44pm CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Facebook Messenger App Updated For Apple Watch

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FaceBook Messenger is now available for Apple Watch.

Facebook Messenger has been updated to version 38.0. The new version has a lot of new and interesting features.

The most surprising part is that the new version brings support for the Apple Watch. Apple, just a month ago, in its media event on September 9th announced that the Messenger App would soon be coming to the Apple Watch and it just took a month to update the Messenger with this new change.

Apart from the regular message sending option, watchOS 2 also allows you to send and receive 'likes', voice clips, as well as stickers on Facebook Messenger.

Other important features of the update include the ability to access Messenger from the list of multi-tasking apps on your iPad and the option to find the app contacts and conversations from your phone's search screen, for iOS 9 only.

It means that you can now search for your Facebook contacts and conversations directly from the system-wide search in iOS without having to launch the app.

The updated app can now be downloaded from from the App Store easily.

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