Spotify has announced that the Spotify raises limits of maximum number of downloadable numbers has been increased to a total of ten thousand pieces. It is now also possible to download those songs on a total of five devices, so that you can listen to your favorite music everywhere. However, another arbitrary limit remains in force.
Spotify raises limits
Spotify has raised two irritating limits. Previously, users of the popular music streaming service were able to download 3,333 numbers on a total of three devices. Now the same users can, according to Rolling Stone download up to ten thousand songs on up to five different devices. All in all, if you use the service on five different devices, you can make fifty thousand songs available offline. These are quite a few listening hours.
Unfortunately, there is now another arbitrary and likewise irritating limit. Users can still store ten thousand songs within their personal library. Once you are at that limit, you have to manually remove numbers and albums manually, which you do not listen to very often. Only then will you lower your maximum number of songs, so that you can put in new songs again. Let’s hope that these new changes bring about even more changes.