Spotify now allows 10,000 offline songs on 5 devices

Spotify have upped the amount of songs you can download on each device so you can enjoy your entire music catalogue on the go, anywhere.

Great news for music lovers who take their music with them on the go – Spotify are increasing the amount of songs you can download to each of your devices to 10,000. That’s over 3 times the original limit of 3,333 per device, which everyone can admit is an annoyingly specific number regardless of whether you feel it was low – which anyone who streams music everyday will also agree, it’s definitely low.

In addition to allowing far more songs downloaded to your devices to listen to offline, with a Premium Spotify account, the streaming service have raised the amount of devices you can download offline on from 3 to 5. Spotify confirmed the news to Rolling Stone, saying: “At Spotify, we’re always working on improving the experience for our users. 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.”

Many users will be excited to hear the news as the limit has been the source of many complaints for Spotify over the years, being branded their “dumbest bug” by Vice. Unfortunately Spotify haven’t raised the limit for user’s personal, saved music libraries. Streamer’s ‘Your Music’ sections are still limited to a maximum of 10,000 tracks, and that’s not for downloading that’s just for saving to your library online.

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