On Tuesday, September 13, Spotify announced the release of the first edition of the streaming music app for Apple Watch, about two weeks after a limited version of the application was ready for testing. The version is part of the app update 8.4.79, and if Apple Watch has already enabled automatic install applications, it will be automatically installed as soon as the user updates the app on the iPhone.
For now, the only function of the application is to act as a remote control for the media that is being played on the iPhone, but in the coming weeks, it is expected to automatically release the existing watchOS, such as the offline playback of the device offline. synchronized audio files on the device.
Another problem with the app is that it cannot be customized to the new screen sizes offered by the Apple Watch Series 4, which can make navigation quite strange. The news is good news, but Apple Music is still the best option for users who want to listen to music, unless Spotify has made the necessary adjustments in the coming months.
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