Spotify has released the "first version" of its Apple Watch app.
The Apple Watch app was first spotted at the begining of this month when it appeared in TestFlight as a pre-release version with limited features.
You can get Spotify 8.4.79 from the App Store. If you have it on your iPhone, simply head in to the App Store and update the app. The release notes say the following:
We’re always making changes and improvements to Spotify. To make sure you don’t miss a thing, just keep your Updates turned on.
An official announcement has also been made whilst writing this article. You can read what Spotify had to say below, or by clicking here.
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.
It won't replace streaming or offline services from the Apple Music app yet, though. Currently the Apple Watch app only allows remote playback control from an iPhone.
We hope a future update to the app will bring more features, like offline playback, and more audio playback settings. We'd also like Spotify to update the app to support the Watch 4, as it currently doesn't, which is quite funny.
Could we see an Apple TV app coming soon? That would be good for Apple users!