Vivoactive 3 Music owners can now get in on the Spotify app action. The Spotify Connect IQ app for the watch is available to download now from the Connect IQ store.
You'll need to be a Premium subscriber so you can listen to your music offline. So without taking your phone out with you.
Read this: How to get Spotify on Garmin watches
If you're not a Premium user you'll be able to browse your library on the watch, but you won't get offline access, which is the key thing here.
Support for the popular music streaming service first landed on Garmin's Fenix watches before making it onto its Forerunner 645 Music. With the Vivoactive 3 Music now getting the Spotify compatibility, that completes the watches in the Garmin collection that are capable of offering support for the streaming music service.
Garmin already offers Deezer and iHeartRadio support on several of its running watches, but users have been hankering for Spotify for a long while. And with Garmin adding more features that make its watches less dependent on the phone, like Garmin Pay, Spotify support marks a significant step forward in these ambitions.