With a Spotify Premium account, you can download up to 3,333 songs on your computer or mobile device. These songs will then be available to you even if you don't have an Internet connection. At the time of publication, you can download songs on up to three devices, for a total of 9,999 songs, if desired. Spotify requires that you sign in at least once every 30 days to continue to enjoy the downloads.
While you can download any playlist, having one dedicated just for offline music makes it easier to see what you have downloaded, which can be important if you have limited storage on your device.
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Downloading in a New Playlist
Create a new playlist by clicking the New Playlist icon. Enter a memorable name and press Enter.
Find one or more songs that you love. You can do this by browsing through your other playlists, but it's often much faster just to type a song or artist in the Search field.
Drag the song into your new playlist reserved for downloads. Add as many songs as you want.
Open the new playlist by clicking or tapping its name. Click or tap the Available Offline Toggle. The songs start to download immediately. A green toggle means you have downloaded the songs in this playlist, while a gray toggle means the songs are available only when you have Internet access.
Downloading Songs on Another Device
Launch Spotify on another device. You can download the same songs or different songs on up to three devices. To download the same songs as on your first device, select Playlists and then select the playlist containing the songs to download.
Tap or click the Available Offline Toggle. The songs in the playlist are automatically downloaded to your second device.