Spotify took advantage of the presentation of the new Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 to present an important update in its application for WearOS: offline content playback, to be able to listen to whatever we want to download offline.
The company announces that the feature will be available “in the coming weeks.” We will tell you what content you can read offline and how it will be possible to do so with your watch with WearOS.
Offline reading is coming to WearOS
The new Spotify update for WearOS brings a big novelty: offline content playback. Specifically, we can play our playlists, individual songs, podcasts, albums and more offline, downloading the content directly to the clock.
This feature will be for premium Spotify users only, so we will need to be paid members if we want to enjoy the offline content. Obviously, we will need a connection to download the content.
When we download the content, we will have a little green arrow next to each song, list or podcast to indicate that that content has been stored locally. You should also be careful with the internal storage of the clock, as downloading a lot of Spotify content will take up space.
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