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  • Updated: June 09, 2023

Spotify Is Currently Testing Offline Mix

Music streaming service Spotify is now formally testing a playlist feature that automatically downloads some of your most recent favourites.

The CEO of the business, Daniel Ek, said in a tweet that Spotify has been testing "Your Offline Mix."

But he didn't provide any further information. It's not known when the corporation intends to deliver the functionality, in particular.

These playlists have the capacity to hold music with several hours of listening time, as the screenshot supplied by Ek illustrates.

When you are about to board a flight but neglected to download music, this might come in helpful.

Spotify already lets you download playlists for use while you're not connected.

In 2020, Jane Manchun Wong, a reverse engineer, learned that Spotify was developing an offline mix capability. However, it was never implemented.

Nevertheless, the functionality should be on track to be made accessible to consumers in the future now that Ek has officially confirmed it.

YouTube Music, a competitor of Spotify, already offers an "Offline mixtape" option.

If users activate the "Smart download" feature, the Google-owned service may also automatically download up to 500 songs from various playlists.

Spotify currently boasts a subscriber base of more than 500 million individuals, according to statistics from its most recent earnings conference.

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