Spotify is finally kicking its 10,000 song library cap to the curb
Anyone who is addicted to Spotify knows the 10,000 song library limit is ridiculous and infuriating. Finally, the massive music streaming service is ditching that limit in favor of an uncapped library.
Users will be able to save as many songs and albums to their collection as they want. This will be a welcome change for anyone who found themselves having to meticulously manage which songs they store to their library.
This doesn’t remove the offline listening limit, so anyone who frequently finds themselves without service on their device will still have to work within the 10,000 download limit. Additionally, playlists are still limited to 10,000 songs.
Some users have reported still seeing the error message popping up, and Spotify notes that it’ll be a gradual rollout. It could take some time before the limitless Spotify library is enabled for everyone.
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