Spotify on Tuesday (13) announced the release of the first version of the Apple Watch streaming music program almost two weeks after the limited version of the app was available for the test. This version is part of the application update 8.4.79, and if Apple Watch has already activated app installs automatically, it will be installed automatically as soon as the user updates the iPhone app.
Currently, the only application is to use the remote control to play media on the iPhone, but it is expected that in the coming weeks features such as offline playback of the device will be released, especially as the current snapshot automatically synchronizes audio files from the device.
Another problem with the app is that it is not adapted to the new screen dimensions introduced by the Apple Watch Series 4, which can make navigation a weird one. The news is good news, but while Spotify does not adjust the in-app adjustments in the coming months, Apple Music is still the best way to watch users who want to listen to music.
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