The history of Apple and Spotify it has always been a bit complicated. Especially from the moment the first Apple Music released. From this moment on, any aspect seems perfect for setting up a debate. From the quality of the music to the money artists receive for each reproduction.
One of the big problems Spotify has always had with Apple has been the limitations imposed by the latter. That of Cupertino it has always been a closed ecosystem
Apple has always supported the development of applications for the Apple Watch. However, when it comes to music, it took a long time to provide a level playing field. In the beginning, only Apple Music had functions like streaming music from the app, or download music for offline playback. Fortunately, that has changed. In fact, that changed a few years ago.
Now Spotify has jumped on the bandwagon and has finally started offering offline music features on the Apple Watch. Premium users they can download playlists, albums or podcasts to their watch. All this, simply by pressing the option in the context menu (the three dots) of each content. With that, it will simply be necessary to access the content of the Apple Watch.
This novelty is not yet available to all users, because Spotify is rolling it out gradually. However, they hope that in the coming months everyone can enjoy this new experience. As we already do with Apple Music, we can now leave the mobile at home and connect our headphones directly to the mobile to listen to the best of Spotify.