Start playing music on your Android devicePlayback support for Android Wear has been introduced by all the top music services, including the native Google Play Music. To begin controlling music playback on your smartwatch, simply connect your smartphone to the watch and hit the play button.
Control music with Android WearTuneIn Radio, Spotify, Digitally Imported and many others support Android Wear playback, so you can use any of the above apps. Once you begin playing a song or a podcast, you will be able to see a mini notification on your smartwatch about the current track. Tap on the mini notification card to expand it and view other playback options, and in most apps you will also be able to view the album art. Swipe left of the screen to view the “Next” and “Previous” track controls, along with the “Play/Pause” button to control the playlist.
Third-party apps to control music with Android WearIf you use a less popular music streaming source, there is a good chance that it does not come with Android Wear support. To solve this problem, you can download a third-party app called “Music Controller” to bring music controls and playback to Android Wear. Download Music Controller from the Google Play Store and sync it with your Android Wear smartwatch. The only drawback is that Music Controller is not a free app, so you will have to purchase the full user license for $1.89 after the trial period of four days.
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