Are you a social media enthusiast and someone who just loves Snapchatting non-stop? Also, you have been using your Apple Watch for a while now and you heard somewhere that you can use your favorite social app on your watch.
Pretty cool, isn’t it?!
If this is something you want to try out, continue reading as we share full guidance here on how to get Snapchat on your Apple Watch.
Important Info: Even though Snapchat is not available to use on Apple Watch because the watch does not come with a built-in camera, there are ways to use other Snapchat features on the Apple Watch.
Quick Info: Siri will be able to produce search results on Apple Watch OS 6 and OS 7 given from the Internet for general questions.
Quick Note: This method is tested on Apple Watch Series 7 and might not work for Apple Watch Series 2 or 3. However, it might work on Apple Watch Series 5 and 6 if they support the same WebKit and internet browser on Apple Watch Series 4.
In addition, if you are using an iPhone 12 and you still don't know how to activate Siri, you can always check out our blog post for full guidance on how to do it.
Once you are logged in to your Snapchat account on your Apple Watch, there are certain things you can do:
Yes, you can. You can use your Apple Watch as a remote control to take pictures on Snapchat. So, if you want to try out this option, follow the steps given below:
This trick works because Snapchat allows you to use your iPhone volume buttons to take photos. So, tweaking the volume on your Apple Watch will work the same as pushing one of the volume buttons of your iPhone.
Unfortunately, no, you cannot do this. You will get a notification when someone sends a message on the chat, but you cannot view or reply to it.
Apart from this, if you are maybe bored of looking at your Apple Watch wallpaper, you might as well change it and we have all the information on how you can do that.
Or, in case you take your Apple Watch from your wrist and you don't remember where you put it (only if it is nearby), you might as well ping it - read our blog post on how to ping your Apple Watch for more details on that.
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