The YouTube Music app now integrates with Wear OS and lets you listen to music from your wrist!


The YouTube Music app offers a new way to listen to your favorite music on Wear OS!

The music delivers joy and a host of emotions with it. Wear OS Smartwatch users were eager to use YouTube Music app without any hassle or inconvenience. Moreover, Wear OS Watch users can now listen to their melodious songs and beautiful melodies through YouTube Music app after an unreasonable long wait.

Previously, they had to download the entire playlist to listen to the song they wanted. But, they can now easily access over 80 million songs through the YouTube Music app. Even accessibility is simplified by offering free Wi-Fi and LTE connectivity. Additionally, Wear OS Smartwatch users can now access thousands of playlists and uninterrupted music through the YouTube Music app. This application now has many new features that will make music more enjoyable.

Moreover, YouTube Music app is ad-free and supports Google smart downloads and all other unique features. This means that Wear OS Watch users will only have to log into the YouTube Music app, and all the downloading will happen automatically. These benefits can only be enjoyed if you are a YouTube Music Premium member. Let’s find out more about Wear OS and how users can benefit from the accessibility of the YouTube Music app.

Wear OS’s journey to the YouTube Music app

Wear OS has taken several detours to the YouTube Music app. Google Play Music is the only native music streaming service for Wear OS Watch. Google company said that it will discontinue Google Play Music in 2020. Now users are forced to choose YouTube Music app.

Surprisingly, the Band did not welcome them with open arms. Wear OS Watch lacked the YouTube Music app. Users had little or no choice but to listen and enjoy their favorite music. To make matters worse for Wear OS watch owners, Google then opted to create a YouTube music app for the Apple Watch, putting Wear OS behind it.

Also, as we can see, the technology has changed and now YouTube Music is available on Wear OS Watch. Google company did not release YouTube Music app on Wear OS Watch only after Samsung company released Galaxy Watch 4 collection last summer. About a month later, Google launched the Music app on Wear OS 2 watches, which are compatible with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 4100 processor.

Also, the app has limited access when offline. The latest version, which allowed to stream YouTube Music app on Wear OS Watch, has filled all the gaps and allowed full access to this new world of music with thousands of playlists.

Isn’t it a bit late for the update to allow YouTube Music app on Wear OS?

Google is doing amazing things when it comes to innovating and launching new digital watches. Google announced last week that it would soon launch Pixel Watch. According to expert information, Google did not ignore Wear OS and ensured that everything went according to a well-thought-out strategy.

Nevertheless, Wear OS will also include more innovations and updates to attract and delight users. Google said Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 wearables will soon come with Google Assistant. These new features include connectivity with the Google Assistant, access to payment cards, Google Wallet and much more.

These changes suggest that Google has taken all the necessary steps in advance to launch a brand new device. As a result, Google may be laying the groundwork for the Pixel Watch.


Google has more fantastic news for Wear OS Smartwatch owners with new updates. On Wear OS Smartwatch, the YouTube Music app will get two great features. First, Wear OS users can access the YouTube Music app’s 80 million songs over Wi-Fi and LTE. Second, you can add a new YouTube Music thumbnail that lets you watch recently played playlists. There are a host of new features, including personalized playlists, smart download access, and more. Google will bring all of these features to the Pixel Watch, which will be available to many buyers.

Barry Elad

Barry Elad

Barry is a lover of all technologies. Understanding how the software works and creating content to highlight the value it provides to users is his favorite hobby. When he’s not evaluating apps or programs, he’s busy trying new healthy recipes, doing yoga, meditating, or taking nature walks with his toddler.

Victor L. Jones