Sunday , February 25 2018

Spotify arrives on Android Wear


Spotify has announced that its app will be made available on Android Wear smartwatches through an update expected next month.

Spotify have confirmed that users will be able to browse and play music on the go from their wrist, without the need to pick up their mobiles or tablets. Users will also be able to navigate through their music playlist or browse through Spotify’s list other other various music genres without the need to open the app.

Spotify has said that the update will become available from next month though a precise date hasn’t been announced. You can hit the link below to download Spotify from Google Play and of course we will let you know when the rollout begins right here next month.

Spotify Music
Spotify Music
Developer: Spotify Ltd.
Price: Free+
Source: Spotify Newsroom.

Alex Dennis   Journalist

By day, Alex works within the Industrial Relations field/occupation but by night and in his spare down time he searches the net for anything and everything relating to Android and Chrome related products and news.

Other various interests Alex has include, Accessible transport for people with disabilities along with LGBTIQ and Health related fields and interests for again for people with disabilities.

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Valued Guest

It would be great if you could actually store music on the watch. Id get an android wear straight away if that was the case.

Ausdroid Reader

Then you’d better start blowing the dust off your wallet because you *can* store music on android wear watches (albeit only a couple of gigabytes or so).

Under Google Play’s app settings there is an option to download to an android wear device, after you ticked that it’s just a question of selecting which songs in Google Play you want on your watch,

Valued Guest

Yes but that isn’t Spotify. 3/4 of my music I get through Spotify and pocketcasts.

Would be great to use it while out for a walk and leave the phone behind

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