Apple Music has been fighting Spotify for several months, and the companies are working together. Today, Spotify coordinates annoying download restrictions so that users can save more music to listen offline.
In the past, Spotify was restricting users from downloading 3,333 different songs to the device at any time. In the case of an average user, that limit was probably not a big deal, but certainly bothered the "power user". Spotify now Rolling Stone It shows that there are hundreds of songs that are over three times that limit. It is definitely a welcome change. In contrast, Apple Music restricts downloading by the storage capacity on the device, allowing the user to save music offline without any specific restrictions.
In addition, Spotify has increased the number of downloadable devices from 3 to 5. The numbers include something that can save tracks like offline, like smartwatches such as mobile phones, computers, tablets and so on. This allows you to save up to 50,000 tracks offline for a single account across various devices.
Spotify is constantly working to improve user convenience. Now we can see that the number of offline tracks for up to five devices has increased from 3,333 devices on 3 devices to 10,000 tracks per device.
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