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How to use Facebook on your Apple Watch

Facebook is an app which most of us use daily on our iPhone. How about having the option to use it on your Apple Watch? It would be cool to have all the posts from your Friends right on your wrist.

Follow these steps to get Facebook on your wrist:-

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1. Go to the App Store on your iPhone and search: “WristWeb for Facebook” or click on this link:  https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/wristweb-for-facebook/id1447414322

This app will cost you $2.99 on the App Store. Install the app.

2. Open the app on your iPhone, and login with your Facebook account.

3. Make sure to install this app on your Apple Watch too.

4. Open the WristWeb app on your Apple Watch and use Facebook on it.

You can now view posts with images, like them, see and add a comment, check your notifications, view accepted friend requests, view accepted group invites and much more. You can also use the Flicktype keyboard or use your voice to type, to create a post on Facebook.

Once the App is linked with your account, you can use the app on the Apple Watch independently which means that if you have a Cellular Apple Watch, then the app can use LTE to allow you to browse through your Facebook Feed.

This is how the app will look on your Apple Watch:

Source: App Store

Source: App Store

Source: App Store


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