Apple Watch supports music playback from Spotify, but until recently this was severely limited – an internet connection was required. Now this restriction has been removed, you can download several albums in advance and go for a walk with a watch and wireless headphones, leaving your smartphone at home – the music will play.
You can download an album, playlist, or podcast to your Apple Watch using your smartphone linked to your Apple watch in the Spotify app. To do this, you need to select the download option for the watch. In the Spotify app on Apple Watch, downloaded content is marked with a downward-pointing arrow in a green circle. Right on the watch, you can edit the list of downloaded tracks by deleting unnecessary ones.
You can control music playback on Apple Watch, including offline, using voice commands using Siri (much the same as on the iPhone).
Now about the unpleasant things. Offline music playback in Spotify on Apple Watch is available only to premium subscribers (which is logical, given the same limitation in the smartphone application), and tracks are transmitted only with a 96 kbps stream width, that is, with not particularly high quality (it is considered acceptable at least 128 kbps). Spotify has just started rolling out this feature, so it may not be available to some users.
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