August 15, 2022
Spotify Premium users can now download music for offline listening on Apple Watch


Spotify has announced that it is bringing the ability to download playlists, albums and podcasts to the Apple Watch for offline listening. Users must have a Spotify Premium account and an Apple Watch Series 3 or later to experience the download option. Spotify competitor and Apple’s in-house music streaming service Apple Music has had offline playback support on the Apple Watch for quite some time. However, many Spotify customers have been demanding a similar option since the launch of its app in November 2018.

Spotify Told in a statement.

Users of Apple Watch Series 3 and later running watchOS 6.0 or later (watchOS 7.1 and later recommended) will be able to use offline music downloads from their Spotify Premium account. This also requires users to have latest version of the Spotify app on their iPhone.

Once the prerequisites are met, you have to choose download to apple watch Option by pressing the three dot (…) button on your favorite playlist, album or podcast to download your content for offline listening on Apple Watch. You will also be able to check the progress by visiting download Section on the clock.

A small green arrow will be available next to the names of playlists, albums, and podcasts you’ve downloaded to your Apple Watch. All you have to do is connect your headphones to your Apple Watch and start listening to music—without needing to carry your iPhone.

You can also use Siri on your Apple Watch to play songs, albums, playlists, and podcasts. You can mark one of your music tracks as ‘favourites’, ask ‘what’s currently playing’, or control volume using Siri, skip tracks, play, or pause songs Make adjustments like

Spotify says the new experience will be available to all eligible Apple Watch users globally in the coming weeks.

Earlier this week, Spotify announced that it was bringing support for offline playlists and podcasts to Wear OS devices. However, this update has not yet reached the users.


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