Spotify just increased the number of songs you can download

Lawrence Kim
September 13, 2018

While we don't know at the moment if a grand total of 50,000 downloads will be enough to keep everyone happy, increasing the limit at least suggests that Spotify is finally listening to the users who have been asking for a larger cap.

The new number wasn't pulled out of a hat: your Spotify library can currently only hold 10,000 tracks, so now you can carry the whole thing everywhere you go. Even if you only use one device, the new limit gives you a nice breathing room and lets you have more choice in music, when streaming whatever your heart desires isn't an option.

Thankfully, Spotify has now addressed the issue.

The popular music streaming service, Spotify, has been allowing its paid subscribers to download songs for offline listening for a while now, but it limits the amount of songs a user can have on its device. That seems like plenty to me, but now you can store significantly more music for Wi-Fi-free playback: up to 10,000 tracks per device on up to five devices. "We can now confirm that we have increased the number of offline tracks per device - from 3,333 on three devices to 10,000 tracks per device for up to five devices".

"At Spotify, we're always working on improving the experience for our users", a spokesperson for the Swedish company told Rolling Stone. Still, the move will doubtlessly be appreciated by users.

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