Spotify provides outstanding service to over 90 countries in the world. More than 286 000 000 customers can’t be wrong about the service Spotify provides, especially considering 130 000 000 are Premium subscribers (as of 2020). User numbers are growing every day, and Spotify does its best to deliver the best possible experience to all.
With exclusive content you won’t find on other platforms and regular updates to keep you in the know about what everyone else is listening to, it’s even tougher to see interruptions in the work of the service. Let’s try to figure out what you can do. So what could be causing Spotify to crash?
Your Internet connection may be unstable
To max out your fun, Spotify needs an uninterrupted connection. Run diagnostics on your Internet using built-in Windows tools or additional software, and (or) check to see if your WiFi router is ok/the cable is plugged in/your housemates are having problems with the Internet too.
Check the code
Even the greatest software can be damaged. Could there have been problems during the download or installation process? Run an antivirus to check if your app was affected by a virus. If that doesn’t help, try reinstalling your Spotify app following directions in another article on the site.
Look out for server problems
With online services, sometimes the problem is with the HQ. The main server could be down with technical difficulties or scheduled maintenance, new updates may be being installed, or there is a hacker attack. Check the news, update your app, and see what you can find out from peers.
Update the app
Updates are vital for apps to function. Make sure to update your Spotify app regularly for it to work well. That’s easy enough to do on Google Play or the App Store.
By the way, if you want to transfer playlists and tracks from/to Spotify, MusConv will be helpful for you.