After testing reports, Spotify has launched its long-awaited Apple Watch app. The app allows users to control the playback of…
After testing reports, Spotify has launched its long-awaited Apple Watch app. The app allows users to control the playback of Spotify’s streaming service from their Watch screen, as well as connect to devices like their computer, Wi-Fi speakers and more through Spotify Connect, Shuffle switch, open music playlists and other recently played items, favorite tracks with a heart and much more.
The news was announced today on Spotify’s blog, describing the app’s features, which also includes the ability to play podcasts, in addition to music.
“We know the importance of having music on the go, so we’re excited to bring a new Spotify app to our mobile users on Apple Watch,” said the company. “With this new app, users can enjoy an improved experience with better control and the ability to connect easily to your speakers or devices. “
App Store messages indicate that this is a” first version “of the Watch app, which tip
Spotify confirms that is the case and notes that a future release will contain support for listening to music and podcasts while offline.
In addition to just playing or stopping music or podcast games, With New App, you can also do things that skip tracks or rewind a podcast with 1
5 seconds to capture something you missed – completely from your Apple Watch face.
Although the app is officially live, Spotify says the new experience will roll out to Apple Watch users in the coming week. In other words, you may not be able to add the Watch app immediately from today, but you should be able to know soon.
To access the app, you will need the latest version of Spotify (v.8.4.79) from the App Store.