Apple Watch’s intuitive design and cutting-edge technology have made it a worldwide bestseller. In addition to serving as a fitness tracker, an Apple Watch can be used to send and receive messages, make and receive phone calls, and even manage your music library.
It looks like the ability to respond on Facebook Messenger via Apple’s wristwatch may be phased off in the near future. Meta has stated that beginning at the end of this month, the Facebook Messenger Apple Watch app will no longer support replies.
A small number of Apple Watch owners were sent alerts revealing the company’s strategy. Although the Messenger Apple Watch app will no longer be accessible after May 31st, you will continue to get push alerts on your wrist. According to MacRumors, not all Apple Watch owners received the alert, but a representative from Meta verified the news in a statement sent to Reviewgeek.
People will still be able to get Messenger alerts on their Apple Watch if they have it paired, but they won’t be able to answer from their watches after the month of May. They can keep using Messenger on their iPhones, computers, and the web, however. In an interview with Reviewgeek, Meta claimed. The app has been discontinued without explanation from the business. Facebook Messenger for Apple Watch first appeared in 2015, for the record. Without opening the app, users may share audio snippets, “likes,” stickers, and more.