You can now listen to YouTube Music offline on Wear OS 2.0 watches


For those who didn't know, Google's Wear OS 3.0 brought cool features to the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4. One of them is offline music, which was eventually added to Wear OS 2.0 devices. Spotify got this update last month, and now YouTube Music has the same update.

According to 9to5Google, the YouTube Music app is coming to smartwatches with Wear OS 2.0. This allows you to download songs and playlists from the platform to your watch, so you can listen to them offline even without your phone. Of course, you'll need a YouTube Music Premium membership to use the feature.


For your info, YouTube Music costs RM14.90/month in Malaysia, though you can also get a free 1-month trial if it's your first time. Anyway, downloading songs or playlists to your watch is quite simple. Just go to the relevant and tap on the download icon. You can also use Smart Downloads, which will automatically download content based on your listening history.

Offline listening is great if you prefer jogging around your house without having to bring your phone. But would that be enough for you to sign up for the Premium membership? Let us know in the comments, and stay tuned to TechNave for more news like this.