Go to settings, scrooll down to the bottom and click on 'Delete cache and saved data'. That will delete your downloaded files. If you want to delete a particular song, in the player screen, unmark the green check to the left of the song's title.
I deleted certain songs as you mentioned by unticking the green arrow. But it doesn't delete those songs from my disk space as my available memory is still the same. If I were to delete cache, it'll delete my whole library.
Hi, this doesn't work for me.... I've removed the downloaded playlist but even though the green arrow isn't there anymore, my storage is still full despite me just removing 20 hours worth of music by un-downloading the playlist... can you help?
Downloading songs you've already downloaded but now with higher quality seems to be unnecessary complicated and annoying. Spotify needs to design their app better, since turning off the download knob won't actually delete the playlist from your phone. Absolutely stupid.
Incredibly poor design, this reflects very badly on Spotify tbh. This is a very important feature for a music streaming app to have. Its like a car manufacturer forgeting to put brakes on their flagship model.
I want to be able to keep my my vast collection of albums because I will simply forget most of them if I delete everything! When I get tired of an album, I need to undownload it. That doesn't mean I want to delete it.
Any solutions yet? I also want to undowload songs but not lose them from my library. Spotify takes up a ridiculous amount of space with song that are supposedly not downloaded anymore. Their customer service is also useless.