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Play Spotify offline on your Windows PC

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There really is no limit to the number of playlists that you can make available offline, as long as the combined total tracks are within the 3,333 limits. There’s nothing stopping you from making a playlist that you’ve subscribed to offline. You need to be a Spotify Premium subscriber to download music for offline playback. Guide to getting your music offline on Windows PCs:

  • Open the Windows 10 or Mac desktop app for Spotify. You’ll ought to choose a list of songs to upload first.
  • One must add a playlist to your library. Tap the three-point menu icon and select “Save to Your Library.”
  • The “Download” toggle will show up when you add it to your library. To start downloading the playlist, select it.
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  • The Spotify app will say “Download …” while the download playlist is in progress. When it’s finished, the toggle will say “Downloaded.”

If your computer does not have an internet connection, this playlist will be available for playback.

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