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Spotify Ups Offline Download Limits to 10,000 Songs


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Spotify is getting more generous limits for offline listening: The music subscription service has increased the number of songs that can be downloaded to a single device from 3333 to 10,000.

Subscribers can now also download songs to up to 5 devices, whereas they were previously limited to 3 devices. This means that in total, subscribers can download up to 50,000 different songs.

The changes were first reported by Rolling Stone this week, which got a statement from the company confirming the new limits. "At Spotify , we're always working on improving the experience for our users," a spokesperson told the publication.

Spotify's new download limits come as phone manufacturers are increasing the amount of on-board storage for their devices. Just this week. Apple announced that its new iPhone Xs will be available with up to 512 GB of storage.

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