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June 05, 2014

Spotify songs can now be saved and played offline

There are a lot of Spotify users here in the Philippines, and if you’re one of them you’d be glad to know that saving a playlist to your own device is now a supported feature on the music-streaming app. This way, you could still listen to your favourite tunes even when you’re not connected to the Internet.

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If you have a premium account on Spotify and have updated your software to the latest version (for both Android and iOS), you’ll see the “Available offline” switch on the top of your playlist. Simply toggle it and the songs in that playlist will automatically be saved in your device for offline playback. It has a 3,333-song limit though, but that’s not so bad.

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12 Responses to “Spotify songs can now be saved and played offline”

  1. spotme says:

    huh? This is not new.. sobrang tagal na tong offline feature.

  2. tonic says:

    Not new. I’ve using this feature since I signed up to Spotify Premium last April.

  3. mac says:

    oo nga, hindi na to bago..

  4. sredor says:

    Parang sponsored post naman to…

  5. lol says:

    Author,
    Thanks for the update. Try mo palitan calendar mo dre.late ka na ng 1 year. Hahahaha

  6. Mirror says:

    may have been an archaic info for most but still helpful to some; me included. thank you! anyhow, how to become a premium user? are there extra charges?

  7. Denephew says:

    Yeah yeah alam nyo na yan feature na yan matagal na naunahan nyo pa kami eh ano ngayon?

    SAGOT!

  8. theo says:

    Apart form the maximum of 3,333 songs per device
    The file sstay offline for 30 days. After that, i delete the files from your device, so you must re-download the songs again…

    Also d/led songs have DRM so you vannot use the songs with any other music player…

    • theo says:

      Correction:
      Apart from the maximum of 3,333 songs per device
      The files only stay offline for 30 days. After that, it deletes the files from your device, so you must re-download the songs again.

      Also downloaded songs have DRM so you vannot use the songs with any other music player…

    • oeht says:

      Ofcourse, tapos na ang freemium bonus after 30-days. If you don’t want to re-download them, you may subscribe to a monthly renewable license to continue using the premium service.

    • qazw says:

      Of course the songs should have DRM, di mo naman binili yung songs. What you “bought” is access to those songs. If you want no DRM and own the songs then go buy them at iTunes, Amazon, or HDTunes.

  9. jimboy says:

    Until now hindi ko pa rin alam kung paano maavail yang free 6 mos for Globe PP users. I settled though sa ibang streaming service na free na okay din naman. Dami jan.

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