Spotify is finally dropping the 10,000 song limit on your library, so now you can save all the tracks and albums you want. Now, you won’t need to remove any songs to make space for new ones.
This has been a common request from many Spotify users for a few years, now. This is going to be great for those who save a lot of songs from playlists and people who like to pre-save upcoming albums from their favorite musicians. This is taking effect now, so if you still see the ‘all filled up’ notification, you can disregard that. The update will reach your account in no time.
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Playlists are a different story, though, as they will still have the 10,000 track cap, and Premium members can download that many tracks on five different devices for listening in the rare cases that you and your devices are actually not connected to the internet. If you are an avid listener of music, this new situation may put you in a position in which you won’t be able to download your entire library onto your phone, but I mean, that’s a lot of music. You’ll be fine.
The world, and how it consumes music, is changing rapidly. Gone are the days of having to own a physical copy of an entire album just to hear one or two songs that you like. This has been the case for a long time now, obviously, but with Spotify lifting restrictions like this, it really brings you closer to your music, as you will have to part with less and less of it.