YouTube Music for Wear OS makes an exceptionally concise Play Store appearance
Toward the beginning of this current week, Google caused the Material You to upgrade the Wear OS Play Store official. Close by that, Google Play on Android phones was likewise refreshed with simpler install and search filters. Because of the Play Store, alongside the most recent application update, we get an exceptionally speedy and minor look at YouTube Music for Wear OS.
Looking through the phone Play Store presently shows filters for “Watch” and “Watch faces” to discover wearable applications that would then be able to be remotely installed to your watch.
Looking into “YouTube Music” in Play today and choosing the Wear OS filter will show the Google streaming service. The listing itself, notwithstanding, doesn’t have any more data (like screenshots) about the watch experience, nor do you get the ability to install. In the mean time, looking straightforwardly on your watch won’t surface the application.
The appearance today could be an indication that Google is as of now testing YouTube Music for Wear OS internally.
In the interim, version 4.37.53 of YouTube Music contains a solitary string specifying how downloading songs on Wear OS will require the watch to charge. This is par for the course and helps prevent battery drain while you’re effectively utilizing the gadget.
We’ve seen very little of the application up until this point, yet there will be a “Downloads” see that shows your Offline Mixtape and Your Likes. Visually, these pill-shaped cards feature artwork to make each line distinct. Smart downloads will automatically sync your favorite and recent tunes, however this requires a Premium subscription.
YouTube Music for Wear OS is authoritatively coming “later this year.”