MADRID, 15 Abr. (Portaltic/EP) –
The music streaming service Spotify has released a new feature in its desktop version that allows its users to download Entire albums to listen to later in offline mode of the ‘app’.
Spotify has updated its support page on offline listening mode, and reported that users of paid Premium accounts will be able to download albums, playlists and podcasts.
Until now, Spotify only allowed users of its desktop version download playlists, but from now on the option to download will also be added whole discs to hear in the new non-Internet mode for computers.
Spotify allows the download of a 10,000 songs maximum on each device, up to a maximum of five different devices, and requires users to connect at least once every 30 days so that their downloads remain available and the platform is able to access data to compensate the artists.
In the case of users of free Spotify accounts, they can only continue to download podcasts to listen to them offline.