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Spotify lets you take all of your tracks offline with just one button

Matt Brian, @m4tt
June 2, 2014
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While Spotify's allowed you to save music for offline playback for some time, downloading playlists can be a laborious process. Today, it's making things a whole lot easier. As part of its latest iOS app update, the company enabled a new "Available Offline" toggle inside the Songs tab, allowing you to instantly download and then listen to your entire catalog of curated beats (tracks that you've saved) without the need for a connection. Android users should already see the option as part of a forced security upgrade. Once updated, you can host as many as 3,333 songs per device and keep them offline for up to 30 days -- definitely enough to get you through a tedious long-distance flight.

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