The Apple Watch has the power to play music directly from the wrist to a pair of Bluetooth headphones, no matter whether you're an Apple Music or Spotify subscriber. However, with the option to play music while connected or offline, there's actually quite a few steps in playing music on the Apple Watch. For those with a collection of iTunes tracks, you can sync playlists across with ease, but you're better served with a streaming service, as you're able to access playlists in just a couple of minutes. With the process not immediately obvious to newbies, though, and steps changing depending on your service, we're here to help. Here's all the details on how to put music on your Apple Watch, including instructions for adding music, connecting headphones and which Apple Watch models let you stream music offline. To get started, fire up the Apple Music app on your iPhone. We won't go through the ins and outs of the app here, but you can search the library of more than 30 million tracks and curated playlists.
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How to play music from your Apple Watch
If you've got an active subscription to Apple Music, you can play your favorite songs, artists, albums, and playlists right on your Apple Watch. Here's how. Apple Music has more than 60 million songs in its library, making it the perfect companion for your daily jog, morning commute, or any time you're in the mood to groove. If you've got an Apple Watch Series 3 or later, as long as you're connected to Wi-Fi or cellular, you can even stream Apple Music right from your wrist while you're away from your iPhone. The Apple Watch also allows you to play music from your playlists as well, including your heavy rotation, any playlists you've created, and Apple Curated lists that may interest you. Your Apple Watch will also respond to Siri voice commands, allowing you to ask Siri to play a specific album, song, or playlist. You can also turn off any automatically added playlists you don't want on your Apple Watch by tapping the button next to the playlist name. Apple shuts down Epic Games developer account.
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Michael Potuck. Pandora is out with an update that brings a highly requested feature, streaming support for Apple Watch. Pandora noted the new streaming functionality for Apple Watch in the release notes for the latest update. Leave the phone at home and bring all of your listening with you thanks to our updated Apple Watch app. Now you can stream your favorite music and podcasts, straight from your wrist — no phone required.
As you may or may not know, Apple Music is a monthly subscription service from Apple that lets you listen to more than 45 million songs. Neat, huh? To use this feature, you must have an Internet connection. Another part of Apple Music is an Apple Radio feature, which might introduce you to new songs through curated playlists you can stream on-demand. Simply open the Music app on your Apple Watch and scroll up, then tap Library. You can also use Siri to play any song in the Apple Music catalog and listen to custom stations. Not all smartwatches let you store music on your wrist, so you do need a nearby smartphone, but Apple Watch does indeed offer this feature. After all, sometimes, you might not have or want your phone with you, such as when you go out for a jog for a few minutes. If you accept these caveats, follow these steps to transfer music to your Apple Watch from an iPhone:. Have songs stored on your Apple Watch?