With the outstanding service that Spotify provides, you’ll find it even more frustrating to run into problems. No fear though! This article will help you get to the root of the issue, and, if not, there’s a huge community of users where you will help (or Spotify Support is there for you). What can you do iа Spotify keeps buffering?
Check for updates
Sometimes when there is a critical update the whole service may be paused until you download the patch. This is how serious not having the right updates can be. Get in sync with the world! Here’s an example of someone successfully solving the buffering issue by updating:
Is there something wrong with the service?
Sometimes service maintenance causes apps and services to be running slower than usual. In this case all you need to do is find more information in the community, from the support, or on the site, and wait things out. That was easy, right?
Skips back a few songs
Is there a glitch in the connection? Is the network slow? You can skip back a couple of songs to allow those in the front to fully load. Not a perfect solution, but it may very well solve this problem without too much effort.
Clean the space
It’s always useful to have extra space. Modern phones and PCs can clean your hard drive space in only a couple of clicks. Junk files are a load not only on space but also on the memory, which in turn will affect performance. And if that doesn’t help, well, cleaning up didn’t hurt.
You can always find more useful information on MusConv. Looking to transfer your tracks to or from Spotify? You might be in just the right place. We’re always happy to help!