What you need to know
- Deezer has redesigned its Apple Watch app.
- The update also adds the ability to download offline playlists.
Deezer has finally brought offline listening to its Apple Watch app.
In a new update to the music streaming service's Apple Watch app, users can now download and listen to playlists on the Apple Watch, even if they are not connected to the internet. The company has also redesigned the app to make it easier to navigate your favorite songs.
This is a great move by the company as it is now one of the most complete music experiences on the Apple Watch aside from Apple Music. Spotify, which is still the largest music streaming service in the world, still does not allow you to download music to play offline on the Apple Watch.
Deezer has been on a bit of a tear with adding support for Apple products this month. At the beginning of May, the company added Siri support for the HomePod and the HomePod mini.
You'll be able to enjoy the new Deezer Apple Watch app starting today if you update the app on the App Store.
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