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Apple Watch owners can use Facebook Messenger on their wrists

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The dedicated Facebook Messenger app Apple promised for its wearable's latest operating system, the watchOS 2, is finally here. So long as you've already installed the updated platform, you can start using third-party apps on your Apple Watch, including the social network's messaging application. Since the watchface is too small to type on, the app lets you send and receive voice clips, stickers, Likes and emojis -- abbreviated interactions that suit a tiny display. Facebook also upgraded the app to show your Messenger contacts and conversations via spotlight search on iOS 9 and to work with the iPad's multi-tasking capabilities.

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