Music lovers have a reason to rejoice asSpotifyhas finally removed its
10,000-song cap on library sizes. With the removal of the limit, you can now add
as many songs you wish to, on your personal libraries.
According toa report byThe Verge
[https://www.theverge.com/2020/5/26/21270409/spotify-song-library-limit-removed-music-downloads-playlists-feature] , the recent decision bySpotifyhas fixed a problem that has been plaguing music
lovers on the digital music service platform for several years.
ThoughSpotifyhas over 50 million songs available to stream at any time, there
was a limit of 10,000 songs for users to save in their ?Your Music? tab.
Responding to a tweet, Spotify Developer Felipe O. Carvalho said, ?After today,
you can add as many songs as you like to your Liked Songs on @Spotify.?
> This is no more. After today, you can add as many songs as you like to your
Liked Songs on @Spotify [https://twitter.com/Spotify?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw]
I’ve been working with a small team on the refactoring necessary to pull this
off for a while now. Very happy to see this finally out. https://t.co/1nSExF5o3V
? Felipe O. Carvalho (@_Felipe) May 26, 2020
[https://twitter.com/_Felipe/status/1265228151774380032?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw] However,Spotify has said
[https://community.spotify.com/t5/Community-Blog/Save-save-save/ba-p/4963349] that the new system only enables one to save songs on theSpotifylibrary. The
individual playlist is still restricted to 10,000 songs.
Users can download up to 10,000 songs on five different devices for offline
The Swedish company has said that it might take a bit of time for the new limit
to roll out to all users. A few may continue to see the old ?Epic Collection?
error on their Spotify app and will have to wait for the cap to be removed.
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