Spotify desktop app now supports offline download


Spotify has updated its desktop app and brings support for offline downloads. So, users who use the Spotify desktop app will be able to download albums and listen to them offline. It is worth noting that free members can only download Podcasts. You need to have Spotify Premium for downloading albums and playlists.

The company has also tweaked the design for a better user experience. The UI has improved playlist management. Users can now write descriptions, upload images, and drag and drop tracks into existing playlists.

The company has also added some new keyboard shortcuts. Windows PC users can press Control + ? and Mac users Command + ? within the desktop app to check the available keyboard shortcuts.

The update is being rolled out gradually. I got this update while one of my friends is still waiting for it. So, wait for 3-4 days if you haven’t received the update. It will be soon available to all Mac, PC, and browser users globally.

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