Spotify Ditches 10,000 Songs Cap from Libraries

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Spotify has officially announced that they have removed the 10,000 songs cap from the user’s libraries starting from today. With the removal of this new feature, Spotify premium-users can now add an unlimited number of songs to their My Library section.

Favorites section in Spotify lets users add songs, albums, podcasts and pretty much all types of music to their library. Spotify has its own Community Idea Exchange program where they have received thousands of complaints from the users across the globe regarding the removable of this cap.

On average, a single user stores only a few hundred songs to the My Library section. However, some users who are addicted to music can have several libraries with thousands of songs added to them. Once a user hit the cap of 10,000 songs, you will get to see a message with “Epic collection my friend. There’s no more room in Your Library. To save more, you’ll need to remove some songs or albums.”

Adding of a new song or album to your personal library section can be done just by selecting the like button. You can select the like button for an individual song or for the entire album. As soon as you tap on to the Like button, the song will be added to the library. This way, you can add up to 10,000 songs on Spotify’s music library before today’s update.

From now, Spotify’s premium users will be allowed to add an unlimited number of songs to their Favorites library with no cap of 10,000 songs.

The new Spotify update with the 10,000 songs removal option started rolling out from today itself. You will not have to worry about the filled up tag on the screen as the update will soon be there for your device.

If we talk about the limitations, Playlists will have the same cap of 10,000 tracks each. The Premium users will be allowed to download 10,000 songs for offline listening for up to 5 devices.

So we could say that the new Spotify’s update is not a major update, it’s just a casual update for true music fans with different tastes of music.

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