Spotify is a digital music streaming service. Spotify enables Premium users to download music so that they can listen to their favourite songs or albums offline. It keep millions of songs available to you and if you need to save data or go to an area without WiFi, you can download these tunes to your device for offline listening.
Spotify Premium users can download up to 10,000 songs on five devices. At the free ad-supported tier, Spotify allows you to download podcasts on phones and tablets.
Downloading Playlist from Spotify
The interface is a little different on Android and iOS, but the method is similar.
Here is a complete step-by-step guide:
1: Launch the Spotify App on your phone and log in to your Spotify Premium account.
2: Tap on “Your Library” in the bottom-right corner of the screen and then open the playlist or album you want to download.
3: Tap Downward facing arrow on the top left. This will instantly download the songs in your playlist.
4:When the download is complete arrow underneath each song will appear green.
The above guide is best if you want to download the whole playlist or album. What if you only want to download single song? To do that, just create any playlist and set that playlist to download mode.
Whenever you add a song to that playlist. It will automatically download that song for you. You can do the same for the liked song. Turn on download option on your liked songs. Whenever you like a song, it will automatically download it for you. Easy, right?
This download feature makes it so much easier for those people who don’t have internet access all the time.
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