Is There A Spotify App For Samsung Watch

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  • Just like on your phone, you can install, customize, and uninstall apps on your smart watch. Personalize your smart watch to fit your needs and preferences using the Galaxy Wearable app on your phone - for example, maybe you can't go for a run without listening to Spotify. There are also individual settings you can adjust when you manage apps on your smart watch.
  • Spotify subscribers jump to 130M, but listening drops in hard-hit coronavirus areas. People aren't exactly using Spotify as much in their cars or on their smartwatches right now.

Above all, Spotify can work perfectly in the Samsung Galaxy Watch but there is no preinstalled Spotify app in the watch. So, you need to install the Spotify app from the Galaxy store through your smartphone in the watch first.

Spotify, the music streaming app is one of the most used apps on any platforms, including mobiles, desktop & even wearables. The app is available to download in Apple App Store, Android Play Store, Apple Watches & Wear OS smartwatches. It launched on Samsung Gear wearables 2 years ago with Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch. Now it is must have app in the Gear Store/Galaxy Store and used by millions of users. Spotify app on smartphones is much easier to use and navigate but on smartwatches with the tiny screen it is difficult. To overcome this situation Samsung & Spotify both launched better version of it on Gear S3 Frontier & Gear S3 Classic models and later on Gear Sport wearable.

Now the Spotify app is available for Samsung Galaxy Watch to serve thosands of songs to music lovers. To give better services Samsung & Spotify have tied up to give some exclusive offers for Galaxy Watch customers. The first offer is every Samsung Galaxy Watch users will get free access to Spotify music library for first 6 months from the date of sign-up. That means, on Spotify for the first 6 months you don’t have to pay for any premium services.

The free 6 months subscription is now available for Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e & Galaxy S10+ customers. Any users with any of these smartphones can get free services from Spotify. If you have paired Galaxy Watch with new Galaxy S devices then you can sync any songs. The same offer is now released by Google on its YouTube Premium & YouTube Music for Galaxy S10 users, where they can use free 4 months of premium services.

The second benefit for user is that they can save Spotify songs in offline mode to listen them when there is no internet connection. Users can save favorite tracks offline to listen them later and thanks to 4GB internal storage on the watch you can save songs till maximum limits. After the promotional offer ends you can pay for premium services or you can go with free services. In the free services you can listen songs but it will show you some ads or for the trouble-free music buy premium contents with their different plans.

The Spotify has huge library of different songs, most of the songs are available in English language though you will get lots of other songs. You can search your favorite music by genre, artist, category or language. This is best companion app for Apple Music, Google Play Music, Pandora & Hungama so you can use it. To download Spotify app on Samsung Galaxy Watch, go to Galaxy Store and install it.

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Madhav Biradar

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Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.

7 CommentsBarlas

Great app but stupid distribution. Why isn’t it listed on Galaxy Store in many huge countries?

Aman

Why it is not in India, although Spotify has already been launched in India. Please bring it to galaxy store in India so as to use Spotify on galaxy watch.

Currer

No spotify on app store. One of the main reasons I wanted the watch. Definitely not a “territory” issue as a friend has it on hers. She got the watch a few mths before me.

Barry

Where is the Spotify app for the Samsumg Galaxy Watch? It isn’t in the store and Samsumg support simply say that if its not there then it’s not availability in my territory – the UK.

Keski

This information is completely wrong and misleading. The Spotify app has been removed. Don’t confuse us with false information, Tizen is annoying enough as it is.

Scott

Have you guys seen that the Spotify app appears to have been removed from the Galaxy app store?

Anurag A S

when will spotify come to samsung galaxy watch india

The Samsung Galaxy Watch arrives with several upgrades. Other than the cool customization features and fitness tracking, this smartwatch sports a uber cool Always On Watch feature. Also, you could connect your Bluetooth earphones to it. Most importantly, the Galaxy Watch also came with the ability to add offline songs. Neat.

But as I have now grown to realize, after using the watch for around six months, you can become bored of these stored songs pretty soon. And in the long run, you are bound to come across this scenario sooner than later. Of course, the situation is the same for apps as well.

Whether it’s our habit of being disloyal to apps or we are scared of our devices running out of storage, uninstalling or removing apps is part and parcel of our lives. The mantra is simple — remove the old and welcome home the new ones. Then there’s this habit of Samsung placing some unwanted (and sometimes unnecessary) apps on its devices.

So if you are someone like me who is looking to remove old music tracks and uninteresting apps from your Samsung Galaxy Watch, here’s what you should do.

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How to Remove Music from Galaxy Watch

Here’s how you can delete those files from your Galaxy Watch.

Step 1: On your Galaxy Watch, navigate to the Music Player app and tap on Open app. And, quite obviously, this will open the music app. Make sure that the music source is set to Watch.

Next, swipe up on the screen to bring up all the list of songs, playlists, and albums.

Step 2: If you want to delete tracks individually, scroll down until you see the Tracks option, and select it. Now, hit the tiny three-dot menu on the left side, as shown in the screenshot below.

Step 3: Next, hit the Delete icon. At this point, you'll be asked to select the songs that you want to be removed. All you have to do is scroll down the list and choose the tracks.

Once you’ve selected all the tracks, hit the Delete button and that’s all.

However, deleting hundreds of songs in this manner can be a pain. Hence, if you remove all the offline songs from your Samsung Galaxy Watch, tap on the little Zero-icon at the top. That is the Select All function for your smartwatch.

And you know the rest, tap on the Delete button and let your watch handle the rest of the job, as you get ready to welcome new songs aboard your watch.

You can also do the same for playlists or albums.

Like any music player, you can also set the player of your watch to shuffle or repeat your songs. After all, it’s smart, right? OK, I went a bit too far here.

On a serious note, you can also star a song or switch the volume levels on your Galaxy Watch. To do so, open the Music Player app, and tap on the tiny three-dot icon at the right side. Select the option you like best. Yes, you can thank me later.

Cool Tip: Want to reach the Music widget instantly? Simple. Reorder the widgets via the Galaxy wearable app’s Widgets function. Alternatively, long-press on any widget on your Galaxy Watch and drag it to the position of your choice.
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How to Easily Remove Apps from Galaxy Watch

Thankfully, on your Samsung Galaxy watch, it’s quite easy to uninstall the apps you don’t need. However, you’d need the Galaxy Wearable app connected to your phone for this process to work.

On your phone, open the Galaxy Wearable app and select Apps. Scroll down until you see the app you want to remove.

Tap on the card and hit the Uninstall button. Do note that you can’t remove built-in apps like Music, Settings, or Galaxy Apps.

To make your work even easier, tap on the three-dots menu, and select Uninstall. Now, tap on the Minus-icon on the right side of each app. Simple and sweet.

Pro Tip: Just like widgets, you can also change the order of apps. To do so, tap on the three-dot menu and select Reorder.

However, you can’t remove or uninstall all the apps (yes, Weather app, I am looking at you). That is usually the scene with apps that have been added by your carrier or Samsung. Plus, there are the ones that are crucial to your watch’s daily running. Thankfully, you can have the widgets removed.

To do so, navigate to the widget section in the Wearable app and tap on the minus icon beside the widget you wish to remove. The good news is that you can re-enable these whenever you want.

All you need to do is add them again from under the Add widgets section.

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Controls on Your Wrists

The good thing about the Samsung Galaxy Watch is that you get plenty of features and customization options to tweak it the way you want. What’s important is that the process is not rocket science.

All you need to do is explore all the hidden nooks and crannies of your watch (and its companion apps), and you should be master of your watch in no time.

So, which Galaxy Watch feature is your favorite? I am smitten by the reason that it doubles up as a portable music player. Just connect your Bluetooth-enabled earphones and leave your phone behind. After all, your walks (or jogs) should be a distraction-free affair.

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