Spotify is clearly the best music streaming service out there – um, at least we mean. The premium service is relatively cheap, offers more than 30 million songs, and allows you to download specific songs and playlists when you're offline. Downloading music directly from Spotify is also easy and can be done on both your mobile device and your desktop computer.
If you do not know what to do, we've put together a simple tutorial for you on how to download songs from Spotify. The only caveat – if it's even one – is that you can only download 3,333 songs on each device, and only on up to three different devices. You also need Spotify Premium and an internet connection to make this possible.
Step 2: Next, switch the Download slider in the upper-right corner of any playlist. The playlist starts downloading, but keep in mind that it may take a while, depending on the size of the playlist.
After saving, the playlist can be viewed from within the "Playlists" window on the left. Unfortunately, unlike mobile devices, you can not currently download albums or podcasts on your desktop, only playlists.
Put desktop offline
You can hear your downloaded music whenever you lose the connection If you want to manually put your desktop in offline mode, do the following Steps from:
- Start Spotify
- Click Spotify in the application toolbar.
- Select Offline Mode from the drop-down menu.
- Start Spotify
- Click on the three horizontal dots in the upper left corner.
- Scroll over file .
- Select Offline Mode .
How to Download an Album or Playlist
Go to the Download slider in the upper-right corner of an album or playlist just above the song list. After downloading, you can access your music from the Playlists or Albums section on the left.
Note: You do not have to follow any playlist or album
How to Download a Podcast
Step 1: When viewing a podcast such as Trends with Benefits tap the three horizontal dots in the upper right corner – or the three vertical dots if you're using an Android device –