Spotify, the Swedish-launched music streaming site, has become one of the largest of its kind in the world. It allows you to listen to your favorite music and podcasts from all over the world and is available for most devices.
Keeping music within reach is an important part of daily living, whether as a break from work or the background music to your daily activities. To keep your favorite playlists, even without connecting to the Internet, learn how you can download music from Spotify.
For Both Free and Premium Users
The first requirement for keeping your music with you online or offline is subscribing to Spotify Premium. With a Premium subscription, you can download up to 10,000 songs across a maximum of five different devices.
Fret not, free service users can still download their favorite podcasts on both mobile and tablet devices. The app is available on desktop, both for Mac and PC users, as well as mobile for both iOS and Android users. Spotify can be downloaded from their website, which now includes Linux, Windows Mobile, and Chromebook-based platforms.
Of course, it is important to have a connection to the internet, either via your mobile data or a wi-fi connection to download the files you need. Also, you need to log-in to your Spotify account at least once every 30 days to keep your files downloaded.
How To Download Music from Spotify: Desktop and Laptop users
For users of Mac and PC, log in to your Spotify account and add songs to your playlist. You can add songs to your playlist by right-clicking on the song you want to add to your playlist. Another option is to left-click the three small dots beside the green play button to add it.