One of life’s burning questions is what you do when you grow tired of playing the same 3,333 songs over and over on your smartphone because you don’t have an internet connection to stream more songs from Spotify. If you’ve pondered that question, then you’ll be overjoyed that Spotify has worried about this limitation as well, so much so that the music streaming service has announced that Premium subscribers can now download up to 10,000 songs per device for offline use.
As a bonus, you can download up to 10,000 songs on up to five different devices so that you could have 10k of offline reggae music on one device, 10K of rock music on another, and so on for up to five different devices. With 10,000 songs translating to around 500 hours of offline listening, you could store up to 2,500 hours (fifteen weeks) worth of music if you have five devices handy, which is just perfect for when the internet does down during the apocalypse.
To download a song on your mobile, you need to have a working internet connection before toggling the Download button that is located on the right of an album or playlist; you can also switch it on for all the songs in your library if you wish. A downloaded symbol will show when the song is available for offline usage.
Are you planning on downloading 10,000 songs from Spotify for offline use? If so, let us know in the comments. Don’t forget; you can download Spotify directly from the Play Store via the link below.
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