Want to listen to Spotify music from your Galaxy Watch offline? You can use Spotify Premium account to play Spotify music on Galaxy Watch via Spotify App, or convert Spotify music to MP3 format and then sync to your Samsung Galaxy Watch, including Galaxy Watch Active, Active 2, 3 etc.
“If I cancel my Spotify subscription, can I still play Spotify music on my Galaxy Watch 3?”
Samsung Galaxy Watch is a popular smart watch which not only can record your exercising status but also support you to play music through your wrist or connect to Bluetooth earphones. If you are Spotify users, Spotify allows you to listen to your playlist directly on the watch. You can pause, skip or even download tracks no need to access your phone. Can you listen to Spotify music on Galaxy Watch in offline mode? Yes, if you have a Spotify Premium account. What about Spotify Free users? What if you cancel the subscription? Keep reading this article, we will share with you 2 effective methods to play Spotify music on Samsung Galaxy watch without network.
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Spotify allows Premium subscribers to download Spotify music and playlist for offline listening. For Spotify premium users, you can enjoy download the Spotify App on your Galaxy Watch and sign into your Premium account. Then you can download Spotify playlists directly on your Galaxy watch. You can refer to the following details.
Step 1. Install Spotify App on Galaxy Watch
Open the Galaxy Watch App on your phone. Go to the ‘Galaxy Store’ search ‘Spotify’ on the Galaxy Watch App. Then press the ‘Install’ button.
Step 2. Link Spotify Account to Galaxy Watch
Launch the Spotify App on your Galaxy Watch and log in your Spotify Premium account.
Step 3. Listen to Spotify Music Offline on Galaxy Watch
Disconnect the Galaxy watch from your phone, and make sure your watch has linked to WiFi. Open the Spotify App from Galaxy Watch, go to the ‘Settings’ > ‘Stream on WiFi’ > ‘Playback’ option. Select and download the songs you want to listen to offline.
Now, you can listen to Spotify music offline on Galaxy Watch with Spotify premium account.
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If you are Spotify premium users, you can play Spotify music on Galaxy Watch in offline mode with ease. If you are Spotify free users, is it possible to listen to Spotify music offline without Premium? How to play Spotify music offline on Galaxy Watch with Free account? It’s well known that Spotify songs are encrypted in OGG format with DRM limitations, you cannot save downloaded Spotify songs to Galaxy Watch forever. Once you cancel your subscription, you will not be able to access your downloaded Spotify songs on watch. To overcome this difficulty, you need to remove DRM and convert Spotify to MP3, M4A, WAV or other formats, so as to transfer them to Galaxy Watch.
TunesBank Spotify Music Converter is a professional tool which can help you bypass the DRM protection from Spotify and convert Spotify music to MP3, M4A, WAV and other popular formats to be compatible with the most smart watches. What’s more, it supports to remain all ID3 tags and metadata information like song title, artist, album, etc. in the converted songs. Unlike the other converters on the market, it allows batch conversion and 5X-10X conversion speed. In this way, you can transfer and play converted Spotify songs on Galaxy Watch or other smart watches such as Apple Watch, Fitbit Sense or MP3 players and Smart Speakers, etc.
Key Features of TunesBank Spotify Music Converter:
- Unlock DRM protection from Spotify songs/playlists/albums.
- Download songs/playlist from Spotify without premium account.
- Convert Spotify to MP3, M4A, WAV, FLAC with 100% lossless quality.
- Preserve original sound quality, ID3 Tags and all metadata info.
- Convert Spotify music in batch, 5X-10X faster conversion speed.
- Transfer converted Spotify songs to Galaxy Watch for offline listening.
- Play Spotify music on any smart watch without network connection.
Guide: Convert Spotify to MP3 and Import to Galaxy Watch
In the following part, we will show you how to convert Spotify Music to MP3 with TunesBank Spotify Music Converter, then you can import the converted Spotify songs to Galaxy Watch effortlessly.
Step 1. Add Spotify Songs to TunesBank Converter
Drag & drop the tracks you want to convert from Spotify to TunesBank. The Spotify tracks will be loaded to the converter instantly.
The other way is copy & paste the link of Spotify tracks to the converter.
Step 2. Choose MP3 as Output Format
Press “Convert all files to:” to choose MP3 as the output format. MP3 format can be compatible with most devices including Galaxy Watch.
Step 3. Adjust Output Settings
Click “Preferences” then you can adjust Channels, Bit rate, Sample rate as you needed.
Step 4. Start to Convert Spotify to MP3
Click “Convert All” button to start converting Spotify music to MP3. After that, you will get the DRM-free Spotify songs.
Step 5. Import Spotify Music to Galaxy Watch
Firstly, transfer the converted Spotify MP3 songs to your Android phone via USB cable. Then connect your phone to Galaxy Watch through Bluetooth. Next, launch the Galaxy Watch App on your phone, select “Add content to your watch” > “Add tracks”. Finally, choose the imported Spotify songs and tap “Done”.
Now you can enjoy the DRM-free Spotify tracks in the “Music” App on the Galaxy Watch.
As we know all Spotify tracks are in DRM limitations, only Spotify premium users can play them offline on Galaxy Watch. With the help of TunesBank Spotify Music Converter, whether you are premium users or free users, you can not only download and convert Spotify music to non-DRM MP3, M4A, WAV or other formats, but also listen to Spotify music on Galaxy Watch in offline mode. Besides Galaxy Watch, you can also import converted Spotify songs to other smart watches like Apple Watch, Fitbit Sense, etc. for offline listening.