What makes this even worse is the next Samsung watch will likely use Wear OS and not tizen. I was thinking about getting a new ticwatch pro but without this feature it's not so useful. I do have a mighty which is great for running with, however, it would great to replace it with a device that does everything else not just offline playlists. I don't want to run or exercise with my phone. 😕
I complained to the CEO Daniel Ek @eldsjal directly on his Twitter about Spotify for WearOS and the bugs for Spotify on TizenOS and @spotifycares nearly lost their minds trying to be 'helpful', whereas before they just dismissed me. So perhaps this is the way to go if you want to get something done?
It's frustrating that Spotify cannot support android wear music download.
I'm already on the trial period of GPM. But I won't be paying for both services, so let's see. I may switch. I have huawei watch 2, and GPM is the only way I can go running and listening to music only carrying the watch.
The fact that is the idea is still open from 2014 and hasn't been picked up by Spotify should tell us something. I've tried asking their support about the issue a few times on Twitter but they choose not to respond. Again, says it all.
I'm off to Google Play - bye bye Spotify Premium subscription.