Spotify downloads had a limit on each user’s library of 10,000 themes. They announced that this will not be a problem from the new update.
Spotify has become one of the most popular applications on the planet for listening to music. Millions of people have the program and a large number have purchased the premium plan to download and avoid ads. But a problem weighed on the shoulders of those who are very fanatical about music. The software was assigned a download restriction per user. Situation that was managed to get rid of with the last update.
Reaching 10,000 Spotify downloads seems like an impossible number, but there are those who do reach that many songs. In fact, for some, it is insulting, since they calmly exceed the figure. Spotify had 10 thousand downloads as a ceiling and they announced that, for a few days, the downloads are unlimited.
This update is celebrated by those who have years of years of experience in music. Also those who have this activity as a business, such as DJs. Now you can have your library of downloads much more full than it was previously.
“This makes it possible to save the Spotify songs and albums that you have in your heart,” said the company, according to Uber Gizmo . “Avid Spotify users will no longer have to select their library or delete songs before adding new tracks. This also avoids that feeling of anxiety that comes when you decide whether you want to save entire albums or select individual tracks,” they added.
Spotify offline plays
However, not everything is celebration. Spotify maintains the limit of views when you are not connected to the Internet. Premium users can continue to download, but the number of offline views will continue to be limited.
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