Spotify is formally launching its app for Apple Watch this week. The music streaming firm began testing it previously this month, but the app does not allow you to sync music yet for offline playback. The first version of the Spotify comprises the capability of playing songs on the Apple Watch. It also allows you to manage how music is played with well-matched Spotify Connect devices. Spotify has also comprised some complications for the watch.
Having an early first look at the app, it is essentially a better method to manage songs that are being played on Spotify Connect devices or your iPhone. You cannot stream songs straightly to the Apple Watch either through your LTE on the watch or phone, and the app restores the default screen for “Now Playing” on the watch. The shortage of offline playback will upset many, particularly as 3rd-party Spotify apps for Apple Watch already provides it. It is a major feature that will permit owners of Apple Watch to leave their iPhone at home or go for a run with merely Bluetooth headphones.
On a related note, Spotify earlier launched a key update for its Premium service that redesigns its search & navigation and renovates its radio functions on its mobile apps, the firm declared in a blog post. The streaming service has updated its navigation, and has renovated its search page with a higher emphasis on introducing consumers to new songs by placing suggested genres at the page top.
The biggest modification Spotify made this week was to its artist radio function, which will offer consumers a personalized station for any artist on song you select. This upgrade was made employing the same algorithms that make Spotify’s other personalized playlists and Discover Weekly feature so great. It is fundamentally a never-ending playlist that is customized for you and can also be offline saved.