…download music albums for offline listening
Spotify rolls out a new desktop version of its music platform, the feature allows its users to download albums. Before Spotify’s web app was refreshed, its users have been accessing this download feature for a while now — although the music app supports outright download to your personal computer.
The new Spotify is expected to help users curate their music library which can also be accessible while the app is offline — a well-managed music library that plays offline music exclusive for premium user accounts. Meanwhile, free users are entitled to download podcasts, conforming to Spotify’s report.
Accordingly, the new album download feature is closely related to downloading playlists that have been existing on the platform — while surfing the app, the album page has a visible download button that requires a click to commence either an album or playlist downloads. Music files downloaded via this app are always available for offline listening whenever the internet is not active.
Spotify reportedly designed this feature especially for music lovers who would likely access their music library while the offline mode is active. In contrast, you can create a playlist while Spotify automatically manages your library whenever you add new songs — downloaded albums and saved playlist can be accessed via offline mode.
Nonetheless, the updated Spotify with the latest tweaks also added notable effects on its website interface. The web music player music management with a new design should have rolled viral but it happened that they released a finite version whereby only a few users have experienced the updated Spotify web version.
According to critics’ theory that made it worth noting that Spotify’s latest offline listening features exclusively for its premium users have starred other rivalry music platforms such as Audio Mack — although this offline listening feature is finite on these other music platforms.