How to send Apple Music songs from Apple Watch to headphones

How to send Apple Music songs from Apple Watch to headphones
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If you have one of the new apple watch, there is a high probability that you are not taking full advantage of the watchOS operating system. After all, this operating system, despite its small size, offers many advanced options that are sometimes unknown and that make the smart watches from the Cupertino company really useful. An example is the ability to stream music from smartwatcheven if your iPhone is turned off or out of range.

Importantly, this feature works whether you have an Internet connection or not. Below you will find the detailed steps you need to follow to stream music on your Apple Watch independently. However, please note that this tutorial is for Apple Music users. The fact is that you are going to verify that everything is quite intuitive and that the smartwatch screen is more than enough to carry out all the actions.

Steps to send music from Apple Music with the Watch

getting this is a lot simpler than you might think, since the firm directed by Tim Cook has included everything necessary to achieve it practically instantly and with excellent reliability. What you have to do is the following:

  • Open the Watch app on your iPhone, then scroll down and tap Music. Now do the same in Add music.
  • The next step is to select the tracks/albums/playlists that you would like to download from your Apple Music library for offline listening.
  • Once this is done, you have to open the Music application on your Apple Watch.
  • Go to the Library section to play the music you’ve downloaded for offline listening. If you have an Internet connection, you can listen to non-downloaded tracks through the Listen Now, Radio, and Search sections.
  • It’s important to note that you can’t use the Apple Watch’s built-in speaker to listen to music. Therefore, you will need to connect a Bluetooth speaker or headphones to your Apple Watch.
  • And, voila, you already have everything perfectly prepared to take much more advantage of the smart watch we are talking about.

The ability to stream music on the Apple Watch independently is certainly a very useful feature when, for example, you go for a run. In this way, you can leave the iPhone and use only the smartwatch -both to record my training and to listen to music through my AirPods-. Thanks to the download functionality, it is possible to stream music without an internet connection.

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