The TicWatch Pro 3 comes with Google Assistant support right out of the box. This allows you to use it exactly as you would on a full-fledged smartphone without any known limitations (Except hardware-related ones such as LTE). You can open Google Assistant on your TicWatch Pro 3 by either holding down the top right button of the watch or by saying “Ok Google” (Needs to have “Ok Google” detection enabled). Some of its most popular uses include:
My favorite Spotify integration will most definitely have to be this, with the Google Clock app. If you have the Spotify app installed on your Android device, you can now pick the song you would like to wake up to. As for how to select a track from Spotify as your alarm tune, well, tap the ‘alarm sound’ option while setting up an alarm and you will see a new ‘Spotify’ tab here. You’ll see all your recently played tracks under this tab. You can tap to listen to the same and select your alarm tune via the streaming service.
More often than not, Spotify Playlists are curated by the employees of the app and also individual users. And chances are that you’ll end up discovering fresh new artist and songs, thanks to Spotify’s unique algorithm of discovering new talents. So make sure that you tune into the weekly playlist. Did you know that millions of Spotify tracks haven’t been listened to yet? This website helps you discover them.
One of the coolest things about Google Assistant is that it allows us to do many tasks hands-free. But, what’s the point when we need to use both of our hands to activate it? Fear not, as the TicWatch Pro 3 gives you the option of activating Google Assistant just by saying, “Ok, Google.” To turn that on, go to:
Spotify is fun not only for listening to music, but also for enjoying your favourite podcasts. And if you’re listening to your new favourite podcast and want to share a really funny segment with your friends, you can now do that with timestamps. Simply tap on the share button in the player, and enable the toggle for sharing with timestamps. Then you can share the link via any messaging app of your choice. Your friend will then simply be able to tap on the link and they will be taken directly to the timestamp that you want them to listen to. Cool, right?
Tap on the “Menu” option to expand the menu and then select the “Music Quality” settings. Then do change the music quality to Normal, High, or Very High.
Do Not Disturb is a feature that you can find on smartwatches and smartphones alike. And, as the name suggests, it prevents others from disturbing you by temporarily muting notifications. To enable DND (Do Not Disturb), all you have to do is:
You can listen to Spotify offline tracks by going into the “Library” and click on the “Setting” option. After that, you can view an “Offline Mode” option then turn it on.
For downloading Spotify songs to MP3, you need to download a music converter like AudKit Spotify Music Converter. There are some features of this music converter that makes it special and easy to use. The steps of downloading and conversion of Spotify tracks are given below:
Spotify probably has the best discovery algorithms among all streaming services and it shows off the same by compiling a ‘Discover Weekly’ playlist with new artists and tracks – every week. This playlist refreshes every Monday and if you don’t save a track which you liked, then it might vanish the next week. So, here’s a nifty trick to automatically save tracks from the ‘Discover Weekly’ playlist. All you need is to link your Spotify account to IFTTT (Free, Android and iOS), search for all Spotify recipes, and activate the ‘Archive Spotify Discover Weekly tracks’ recipe. All of the tracks recommended in this playlist are saved in another Spotify playlist, so no worries if you didn’t save some of the tracks you liked. Just go to the Discover Weekly Archive playlist, which is regularly updated through IFTTT, and find that sweet melody again. SEE ALSO: 10 Cool IFTTT Recipes For Google Assistant