Spotify for the
Apple Watch is rolling out to all users over the coming week.
Announced by the company today, the release follows a beta version of the app that appeared in
early November, and comes well over a year since Spotify
hired “Snowy” developer Andrew Chang onto its team to help build the app.
Spotify says the app provides users with useful playback controls and the ability to connect to their music speakers and other devices through Spotify Connect. Like Apple Music on Apple Watch, Spotify subscribers will now be able to hit play, pause, skip, and rewind songs by interacting with their Apple Watch.
We’re constantly on the go—whether bouncing between the gym, work, school, errands, or just chilling—and our smartwatches are the tool to help keep us up to speed. Today, Spotify is introducing a new app for the Apple Watch, giving you the ability to seamlessly access and control your favorite music and podcasts without missing a beat.
Additionally, users will be able to access their recently played songs and favorite the currently playing song by tapping the heart icon on the
screen. Down the line, Spotify plans to make music and podcasts available to listen offline on
, among other updates it hasn’t yet announced.
To get the Spotify app for Apple Watch, the company says that users will need to make sure they have the latest version of the Spotify iOS app (8.4.79), and they should begin seeing the Apple Watch version of the app over the next week.