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Spotify is now on the Apple Watch

Spotify | Apple Watch

Spotify is now on the Apple Watch

One of the most important benefits of using a smart watch is to be able to switch between music and play the desired list without having to remove your phone from your pocket. Unfortunately, Spotify, which is the world’s largest online music service, has not yet offered an official application for the Apple Watch. This third party application makes it possible to use Spotify on the Apple’s smart watch though.



Previously, it was suggested that Apple delayed Spotify’s iOS update. Therefore, the company blamed Apple by explaining that it was intentionally left behind to try to make Apple Music stand out. Again, this is not yet known, but Spotify’s Apple Watch application has not been released in spite of a long wait. So the business fell to 3rd party application developers.


Called Spotty at first, but later called Snowy to escape from copyright cases, the application allows Spotify to be used on the watch. The features of the application, all of which are unknown, are quite exciting. It is possible to start playing music on the clock even if it is not on your side of the iPhone with the application that is said to have an offline music listening feature. In addition, the application comes with a custom clock interface. This interface is said to be able to control music easily. You do not even have to touch the screen to switch between songs, and it’s enough to shake your arm.



The application, which requires Spotify Premium membership, is not yet ready for use and the release date is unknown. You can register on the site to follow the application and be informed when you are up.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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