I would be interested in finding out if Spotify ever intends in the near future to make these songs available for purchase, even if there is a maximum limit. I typically would not need to download as an mp3 given that you can download the songs and play them from any device which is great for personal use. On the other hand, in my line of work there are times that I need to add videos to powerpoint that has no sounds and Spotify hands down is the best out there for filtering songs based on length which makes it easy to find a song that is perfect! However, now I am in a pickle because I found a song perfect for a video I need and I can't get the mp3.
Would Spotify consider opening up a separate account that business can use to purchase songs?
Hello, I just read this. I am premium user since 2015. Since then many songs just disappeared from my playlists. Many of them were my favorites. Are there any news about possible reopening of the download store? Today it took me hours to browse through Spotify and YouTube and other stores and I ended up buying something via iTunes. Best regards, Daniel
Spotify used to offer the option to buy tracks but stopped doing it about 5 years ago to concentrate on streaming. Unless you're DJing why do you need to buy the tracks as you can store them offline anyway? Leon.
Because premium Spotify only lets u store 1gb and then u have to start deleting them to stay under the limit plus if u ever leave Spotify (which is likely wen something better comes along) u lose all u stored (it doesn't let u keep them.
Just so I'm clear on this; I can't buy songs from Spotify, but if I already own music (DRM free) in .mp3 format I can use the Spotify standalone application to listen to my locally stored music. If that's the case, then I'm free to purchase music from the lowest priced seller and listen to it on my Spotify application. Would that be correct?