Spotify has revised its Wear OS application to add the ability to download media on the smart wearable with a small refresh in the UI. At Galaxy Unpacked event on 11 August, the music Streaming service revealed an updated application, together with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. In the coming weeks, the update will roll out to the users. It should be noted that only Spotify Premium subscribers can download media from the Wear OS App.
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In the next few weeks, Wear OS smartwatches will enable Spotify Premium users to download and play wearable media offline. Free users can stream songs in shuffle mode, but they can download podcasts. According to the company, the smartwatches must run Wear OS 2.0 or above and the connected smartphone should have the latest Spotify application version.
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How to Download Songs from Spotify on Wear OS
- Pick the music or podcasts you would like to download on your smartwatch from your smartwatch.
- Tap on Download to watch.
- Go to the Downloads section of your smartwatch to see how things are going.
- You’ll notice a small green arrow next to the names of the playlists, albums, or podcasts you’ve chosen in your library once they’ve been downloaded.
- Start listening with your earphones connected.
Because the Spotify application may not support an internal speaker, the smartwatch would need to connect to earphones or headphones. The Wear OS software will be able to control playback for wireless speakers, TVs, and gaming consoles via Spotify Connect.
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Spotify’s new feature will be available for Wear OS-enabled smartwatches from Fossil, Mobvoi, and Suunto in the coming weeks; in addition to the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic.