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Tidal's music library is now available on Samsung smartwatches

Play some Beyoncé jams while you're at the gym.
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You now have another major choice for workout music on Samsung wristwear. Tidal has launched an app for Samsung's fitness trackers and smartwatches, ranging from the Gear Fit 2 to the shiny new Galaxy Watch. You can search for tunes and podcasts (including with your voice) and access playlists. And yes, you have access to offline music -- you can blast a Beyoncé album at the gym while leaving your phone in your locker.

You'll want a Premium subscription to use Tidal on Samsung's watches. Thankfully, there's an incentive to try it out. People who sign up for Tidal Premium on the device itself will get a three-month trial. If you're not inclined to use Spotify but want to see whether or not you'd like music on your wrist, it probably won't hurt to check this out.

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