With strong competition from Apple Music, Spotify has adapted its music streaming service to make it more attractive to its users. A new one is already being tested light version from his platform in Brazil, and has even introduced it unlimited number of advertisements in Australia for users at the free level.
However, the biggest recent change was seemingly peaceful, with the latest platform update that triples the number of songs that a user can download and save for offline listening, while also increasing the number of devices that can use this feature.
After having limited users for years to download a somewhat arbitrary 3,333 numbers per device, Rolling stone has reported that Spotify has increased that limit to 10,000 songs per device for offline listening.
The music streaming platform has also increased the number of devices per account that can download and store music ranging from three to five, which means that in theory, Spotify Premium users can now listen to as many as 50,000 songs when they are not connected to the Internet.
"At Spotify we are always working to improve the experience for our users", a spokesman for the Swedish company told Rolling Stone. "We can now confirm that we have increased the number of offline tracks per device – from 3,333 on three devices to 10,000 tracks per device for up to five devices."
Although it is not quite the smorgasbord of more than 35 million songs that online access to Spotify will give you, for music junkies this is definitely a huge improvement.