Spotify’s desktop app refresh appears to be presenting to users, and it brings with it a really convenient function: album downloads. The app has actually supported downloading playlists to your computer system for a long time. The upgrade ought to make it simpler to keep your library handled if you wish to keep the music going even when you’re offline. It deserves keeping in mind that this function is restricted to Premium customers– according to Spotify’s documents, complimentary users are just able to download podcasts.
Downloading an album works likewise to downloading a playlist: simply browse to the album’s page and press the download button. It ought to then be readily available the next time you enter into Offline mode. This ought to make it simpler to handle your offline library if you’re the kind of individual who’s really specific about what you wish to listen to. (For instance, I had actually a thoroughly curated playlist called “Downloads” that I would discard tunes and albums into as a workaround to not having the ability to conserve specific things for offline listening.)
The upgrade likewise includes tweaks to the appearance of the desktop and web gamer, along with how playlist management works. It seems presently presenting– some Brink personnel got it the other day, others today. So if you’re not seeing it, simply hang tight. You ought to see a screen letting you understand that you have actually got the upgrade.