Nonetheless, allowing offline content on the Apple Watch is what this thread is about.
Yeah, I have read it. It seems like a word against word.
But when you think who benefits of all this. Spotify... not wanting to develope a crucial feature that everyone would love to have because they just don't want to do it. Or they don't want to pay for developers and save some money. Hmm. Or Apple.. who just by change has a rival software and will have more and more customers every day because Spotify is missing an offline feature that will make Spotify users to hate them.
Been stuck with subscriptions to both services for months, but I think apple predictions finally are close enough that I can ditch Spotify. Still not as good as Spotify, but I'll suffer a little to avoid supporting such a petty, spiteful company.
For others that are switching, there's a free SongShift app to transfer your library between services.
Such a pity. I have also been waiting for some time now and me and many I know here in Norway are in the process of switching to Apple Music. Pandora support it now. Come on Spotify. Apple Watches sell more than the total watch industry in Switzerland every year. You'll lose many customers in the next couple of years if you don't change strategy.