One guy made it himself. I have it working perfectly on my Apple watch Series 4 right now. Even though spotify released their own app recently, it's just a remote. Apollo is exactly what we all want. GET IT BEFORE IT'S GONE!
UPDATE 11/18/18. Unfortunately I am having to give up on this App. It only plays at most 4 songs from a playlist and then stops. I have to restart the app and choose a different playlist and go through the same thing again. Too annoying. I think I will just copy more of the music I already own to the watch so I don't have to carry my phone when outdoors. BTW I just looked in the watch App store and no longer see Apollo there. Is it already gone?
11/13/18 Wow! Fantastic! I downloaded from the App store as soon as I read this message. It installed fine on my Apple Watch Series 4 and I tried it out while on a 2 mile walk with my dog and without my phone! It worked. There are some bugs that need to be worked out. I found that only 6 or so songs would play from each playlist and then it froze up. I had to go back to the home screen and restart and then pick a different playlist. This happened many times. I also noticed that I could not adjust the volume when the speaker symbol had a green circle around it. When it had the normal red circle it did work. When it didn't work I just asked Siri to turn the volume up or down. My watch battery was pretty much depleted by the time I got home but I had already used it for exercise tracking for 2 1/2 hrs. Even with the bugs I am thrilled to finally have this App!
I absolutely agree. I am a Spotify premium member and have been for a few months now. I listen to spotify heavily on the daily. I am really trying to understand why Spotify isn't being made avilable for the Apple Watch. Why would it not be? I will seriously consider cancelling my plan with Spotify and move over to Apple Music so that I'll be able to listen to my music on the go. You have the official app that supports the Samsung Galaxy Watch and Gear S3, so why not do the same for the Apple Watch? You should really consider this, as I feel you will lose some of your listeners.