Occasionally, when I am using Spotify on multiple devices, offline access for one of my devices gets revoked. I normally just mark the playlists for offline use again, but Spotify downloads allof the tracks again, meaning that I use around 600MB of internet.
This is unnacceptable, as 600MB is a lot, and it takes ages to download, especially on my measily mobile broadband connection. This happens on both the desktop and mobile clients.
So my idea is that the clients shouldn't redownload tracks - they should keep them there until they are manually deleted, so that people don't have to download them again.
I did search, but couldn't find a duplicate. Sorry if it is :/
While sitting on public computers at school or work, you often have a quite tight size on your open space.
1 gb is more than 70% of my school allowed quote.
Why can't you set cache to 100 mb or less?! Or just a stream that always delete the files after you?
Paying a lot for having spotify but can't use it where ever I want. And don't like listen on my phone where I can't plug in really good headphones.
This shouldn't be hard to implement, it could max take 4-5 hours max for any one with some programming skill if you haven't messed up the code to much. Should even go faster, just changing some defines.
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