Download Spotify music for offline use
Jesse Simms • April 7, 2015if( has_post_thumbnail( $post_id ) ): ?>
Quick tips to get the most from your phone, your favorite apps and your Ting service. No fluff. Just the tips.
Take Spotify offline and reduce your data usage
Instead of streaming music over your mobile network, Spotify lets you download your tunes on a Wi-Fi connection, giving you a seamless listening experience all while using zero mobile data.
With the flick of a switch, you’ll get access to all your favorite albums and playlists anywhere you go without needing an active internet connection. This is perfect for the subway, on an airplane or if you’re a Ting customer looking for a cheaper monthly bill.
Trying to decide whether Spotify Premium is worth it? If you’re a current student, it’s now only 5 bucks a month. You can always try Premium free for 30 days if you’d like to take it for a test drive.
Follow along with the GIF-y goodness below to learn how to download all your tracks and save on your monthly bill.
Locate the album or playlist you want to save for offline use. Set the Download toggle (previously called Available Offline) to ON and Spotify will start downloading all your media!
You can sync a maximum of 3,333 songs per device and stay offline for up to 30 days in a row.
Check out Spotify’s “Listen offline” article for more info.
Find this tip useful? Have anything to add? Share what you think in the comments! And if you’re looking for even more ways to save, check out our complete guide to lowering mobile data usage.