Spotify Finally Removes Its 10,000-Song Library Limit

Spotify has Eventually removed its 10,000-song cap On library dimensions, allowing users to include as much music as they would love to their libraries without any limits at all, fixing a problem that’s plagued music-lovers on the support for years.

While Spotify has more than 50 million songs Customers to flow at any moment, until today, there was a hard limit of 10,000 tunes that users could save to their own “Your Music” collections on Spotify for easy access.

Users have been requesting that Spotify remove the limitation For years. Still, the company had previously shown resistance to the idea, commenting in 2017, “At the moment we do not have plans to expand the Your Music limitation. The reason is that less than 1 percent of consumers reach it.”

The system applies to the ability to save songs To a Spotify library. Personal playlists continue to be limited to 10,000 items, and users can only download up to 10,000 songs on each of the five different devices for offline listening.

Spotify’s statement notes That It Might take a little time for the newly removed limit to roll out, so if you still see the old”Epic collection” mistake, you could just have to wait somewhat longer.

Tay Dunklee

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Tay is working as the Writer for Stein Audio. She loves to write and have been writing for a few years now before joining Stein Audio.

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