A question that many Spotify users are faced with is how to download their playlist. Whether you’re at home or on the go, you may want a copy of your favorite songs. Follow these three easy steps and get access to your music anywhere!
If you use Spotify as much as most people do, then chances are you have created a few playlists of your own. With over 300 million tracks available in the world’s largest streaming service, however, it’s easy to get tangled up in all the songs. Fortunately, Spotify’s geniously thought-through functions make the job elementary.
Downloading a Spotify playlist is one of the most basic things you can do with your account. You can download songs from any playlist, album or artist on Spotify. This article will walk you through how to download and save your favorite playlists for offline listening.
Have you ever wanted to download a Spotify playlist but couldn’t find the option? Have you tried downloading songs from Spotify, only to be told that they’re not available for offline use?
There are three easy steps that will show you how!
Step 1: Create an account on Spotify.com
Step 2: Click “My Playlists” in the top right corner of the screen.
Step 3: Select “Create a New Playlist.” Name it whatever you like and then click save!
Now, this may come as a surprise (not) but Spotify actually needs you to have a Premium account to be able to download songs for offline use. On the main screen, you’ll see that there is a “Download” button but it’s only available once you sign up for the paid version.
On the plus side, the fee is next to nothing compared to the number of advantages you’ll get for it. Check out other awesome guides on Musconv if you want to learn more about amazing advantages Spotify offers or transfer your tracks to and from it like Apple Music, Google Music, Amazon Music, YouTube, YouTube Music, iTunes, Deezer, Tidal, SoundCloud and others!
By the way, check out the funky new option of hooking up Spotify to Facebook to stay in sync with friends! Aloha!