Spotify lets you download much more music for offline listening ̵
The Swedish music stream now gives Premium subscribers to download 10,000 songs per device of up to five devices, a significant jump from its previous limit of 3,333 tracks on three devices.
"At Spotify, we are always working to improve the experience for our users," said a spokesman for the company in an email. "We can now confirm that we have increased the number of offline tracks per device – from 3333 to 3 units to 10,000 tracks per device for up to 5 devices."
That means the total limit is now 50,000 songs, meaning you can have many songs if you take a long trip into the wilderness or otherwise choose to disconnect.
It's still smaller than Apple Music, which lets you save up to 100,000 songs (see) and Amazon's Prime Music allows you to download as many songs as you like four different devices. It is more customizable than Pandora Plus, which downloads up to four of the most listened drives for your Offline Station list.
Spotify Premium costs $ 10 per month. In August, the company cast its offer to US students and added a subscription to Showtime to $ 4.99 per month. Spotify Premium for Students plan (Disclosure: Showtime is a part of CBS, which owns CNET.)
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