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, in order to listen to everything we want offline, I will download.
The company announces that the feature will be available “in the next few weeks.” We are going to tell you what content can you play offline and how it will be possible to do it with your watch with WearOS.
Offline playback comes to WearOS
With the new update of Spotify for WearOS comes a great novelty: the playback of content offline. Specifically, we can play our lists, individual songs, podcast, albums and others offline, downloading the content directly to the watch.
This function will be restricted for premium Spotify users, so we will have to be paying members if we want to enjoy offline content. As is obvious, we will need have a connection to download the contents.
When we download the content, we will have a small green arrow next to each song, list or podcast as an indication that this content has been stored locally. We must also be careful with the internal storage of the watchSince downloading a lot of Spotify content will take up space.
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