Wear OS device owners may celebrate today, as Google has finally built a full-fledged YouTube Music app for Wear OS wearables. The app will no longer be restricted to offline playback, and you will be able to listen through WiFi or LTE.

Google disclosed the new function earlier this week in a community post on its support forums.

Google has added a YouTube Music tile to your wristwatch, in addition to LTE and WiFi capabilities, so you can quickly and easily access the music you’ve been listening to.

This is fantastic news for Wear OS gadget owners. Previously, Google Play Music was the only native music streaming software accessible on Wear OS. And Google discontinued the service in 2020.

You may now listen to YouTube Music on your Wear OS device without even having your phone close by. When you’re connected to WiFi, the Smart Downloads function will immediately refresh your downloaded tunes.

To begin, you must have a YouTube Music Premium account to utilize it. YouTube Premium will set you back $9.99 each month.

Furthermore, if you rely on your smartphone for LTE access, you must utilize an Android device. The new software does not allow cellular streaming from an iOS device.

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This is an excellent opportunity for Google to unveil the new YouTube Music app for Wear OS. The business just announced the highly anticipated Pixel Watch, which will be available in the autumn.

This is an excellent opportunity for Google to unveil the new YouTube Music app for Wear OS. The business just announced the highly anticipated Pixel Watch, which will be available in the autumn.

It would be a tragedy if Google’s flagship wearable did not have the Google-owned music streaming service.


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