Are you worried of been cut short having fun listening to music on Spotify when your mobile data is depleted or unable to access Wi-Fi? This is no doubt one of the most disturbing questions to a majority of online users fond of streaming music. However, with Spotify this is no more a problem. Spotify lets you continue entertaining yourself with Spotify content without necessarily having internet connection by simply downloading Spotify music and enabling the Spotify Offline feature.
Spotify is definitely one of the best contemporary software, boosting over 100 million subscribers who access online music, podcast and video from diverse artists over the world. All the content available in Spotify platform is DRM-protected from record labels and media companies. Spotify has massive popularity owing to its compatibility to almost all modern devices and operating systems such as Windows, Mac OS, and Linux computers, also as well as iOS, Android and Windows phone.
On the other hand, Spotify offline function is a superb feature that guarantees access to numerous songs and playlists without necessarily being connected to the internet. However, this offline service is only available with Spotify premium. First, you are supposed to download up to 3,333 songs per device and on a maximum of 3 different devices using your same Spotify account.
For you to save songs offline on Spotify, initial access to internet is required for downloading the songs you would like to listen to when offline. To download these songs, just tap to set the “Download” mode located to the right of the playlist you wish to download for offline use. Once the download process successfully completes, a “Downloaded” icon shall always be displayed to the right of the name of the downloaded playlist.
At any time, whenever connected to the internet or in offline mode, you can still listen to the playlist you downloaded. However, setting your Spotify app to offline mode is a good step as it ensures that you can automatically listen to downloaded songs when offline. To set Spotify app to offline mode on your desktop is pretty easy as shown below.
For Spotify Mac:
Step 1. Find Spotify icon and run it in your mac.
Step 2. When the program opens, navigate to the top of the screen and hit Spotify within the Apple menu.
Step 3. From the options displayed, choose the Offline Mode and your app is set to offline mode.
For Spotify Windows:
Step 1. Run Spotify on your windows to display the main window.
Step 2. At the top of the main program’s screen, tab the File option and choose the “Offline Mode”.
Spotify app utilizes the available memory storage in your device to store downloaded music for offline use and temporary music for streaming. This temporary music or snippets is what is referred to as cache. It is always recommended that you have at least 1GB worth of available memory space for optimum app performance.
To manage your memory space usage, you can simply clear your cache or control the storage location for your downloads.
Spotify Offline Music on PC Version:
Step 1. Click the drop-down arrow icon situated at the top-right corner of the desktop and choose “Settings”.
Step 2. Navigate down the list and select “SHOW ADVANCED SETTINGS”.
Step 3. Under the advanced settings, scroll down to the Offline songs storage and check where your cache is stored.
Step 4. Now navigate to that folder on your PC and manage as per your need. You can choose to select and delete all the available files in order to clear your cache.
Spotify Offline Music on iPhone:
Spotify saves downloaded music for offline use in an encrypted form on the storage location within your device. When more space is needed for new download, iOS would automatically get rid of the unused stored data to create the needed space. However, when there is simply no more space to be deleted, the user will be forced to manually remove downloaded tracks.
To clear your cache, just reinstall the Spotify app. Keep in mind that upon clearing your cache, you are login details are erased and you will have to log back, resync your desired offline music if required and again choose your preferred settings.
Spotify Offline Music on Android:
Just like iPhone device, your login credentials would be lost and you would be logged out once the apps cache is cleared. Again you will have to log in again, resync offline music if any and choose your preferred settings. To clear cache on Android:
Step 1. Click on “Your Library” icon in the menu which is located at the bottom of the screen.
Step 2. Hit on “Settings” icon, scroll down to “Other” option and subsequently choose “Delete cache and saved data”.
Step 3. Tap “OK” to finally clear your cache memory.
Instead of stressing your internal memory, you can simply set to save the downloaded Spotify music on your external SD card. However, the requirement is the SD card should have at least 1GB free space and should be accessible. Only until this requirement is met that storage option is made available. To transfer the downloaded offline music from internal storage to an external SD card, simply follow the guidelines below.
Step 1. Go to “Your Library” tab within the main menu at the screen’s bottom.
Step 2. Select “Settings” then “Storage” and select your preferred location for downloaded music.
Step 3. Hit “OK” and wait for the transfer to complete. The transfer process would take some few minutes but depends on the size of your library. Meanwhile, you can still listen to Spotify as usual as the transfer continues. Spotify would then restart once the transfer completes.
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First download this Spotify offline software and isntall it on your computer, then run the iMusic program to open the primary window.
Navigate to the “Download” option within the “Get Music” window. in this very window, some popular sites as well as the URL paste box would be displayed. Select spotify and search the song you would like to download from this site. Copy its URL code and go back to the program.
Paste the URL you copied from Spotify within the URL paste box, select the desired target format and hit “Download”.
When you got the Spotify music tracks downloaded, turn to the DEVICE tab on the top. Then choose the third one to transfer Spotify offline music to your mobile devices by selecting and transfering. Quite easy, right?