You can finally stream YouTube Music on your Wear OS watch

YouTube Music on Wear OS now works the way you’d expect. As The Verge notes, Google’s music service now streams directly from its Wear OS app, whether you’re on LTE or WiFi. You’ll need to pair with an Android phone for full functionality (cellular streaming isn’t an option for iPhone users), and a Premium subscription is necessary regardless of platform. If you meet those criteria, though, you can leave your phone at home knowing you’ll still have access to all your tunes.

The upgrade also lets you add a YouTube Music tile for quick access to the browse section or your most recently played playlist. If you do need

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