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Offline listening lands on Wear OS

Promised by Spotify and Google, offline listening is finally coming to Wear OS usage. Premium subscribers will have the option to download music and podcasts from a smartwatch running Wear OS 2.0 or newer.

It looks like the wind of change is blowing in WearOS and Google has finally decided to put on its side all the chances of getting its attached watch operating system off the ground. The new version of Spotify for Wear OS will do, as promised by the US company last May His appearance And offer the most anticipated feature. Premium subscribers will now benefit from listening offline, thanks to the integration of the actual offline mode. Already available on Apple Watch or older Samsung attached watches, this feature allows the watch to be remotely removed from the smartphone.


In the coming weeks, Spotify premium subscribers will be able to play their playlists, albums and podcasts from the smartwatch under the Wear OS. The Swedish band is inspired by the need for freedom and the opportunity to go to music with their watch, but without their smartphone. This announcement coincides with the latest official release of Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, two watches that include the new root OS 3.. Spotify states that all watches connected under Wear OS 2.0 or newer may benefit from this update. Models of fossil, emboi and sundo are affected.

Spotify link for offline music and root OS watches

Like the Apple Watch, you must first find the music or podcast you want to download. All you have to do is press “Download Download” to start the process and then connect your headphones to start listening.

Spotify Wear OS


In fulfilling the promises of Spotify a “New Experience” Thanks for an application “Redesign”. She will propose a new one “Elegant Design” And other features such as the ability to control the background from the Spotify connection environment. Wireless speakers, TVs or game consoles are vulnerable.

Thomas Estimpre

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