Spotify Removes 10000 Songs Library Limit From Its App


Spotify is widely used for streaming songs online; however, one thing which has always bothered is the fact that this application restricts songs library limits to 10000 only. However, in its recent release, Spotify has finally listened to everyone’s demand and removed the limit of 10000 songs to the library. People like to create their library of songs where they add their favorite songs. But, Spotify had a restriction of adding 10000 songs per library, which bothers many users. Even though the limit was quite huge, some users still didn’t like it. Reportedly Spotify has more than 50 million songs to its total collection; users could use songs to add to their favorite library.

“Your Music” section is given to users for adding their desired songs out of these extensive collections of songs for easy access. In 2017, this matter came into the light when the company said they don’t plan to extend this limit of songs library because very few users use it. According to Spotify, at that time, only 1% of the users could use the full limit of adding songs to the library. However, after receiving several comments on this topic from users, Spotify has recently decided to make changes. Millions of users worldwide use Spotify, and since the growing usability, the company finally decided to remove this restriction.

The primary subscription model is working fine for the company, yet they rely heavily on advertisements, and users are still using it. This new rule applies to the Spotify library only, and an individual playlist will always have the limit of 10000 songs. Users can download upto 10000 songs from five different devices for an offline purpose, which still looks logical, and hardly some users cross this limit. Music lovers will love this new updated information from Spotify.

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