Limit to 'offline' playlists?

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MarcSant
Music Fan
I used Google for a while, It's a great product but the user interface sucks. I will stick with Spotify, since they removed the offline songs limits have increased my respect in the company. By the way, either in Spotify or in Google Play Music you will not listen the songs in Hi-Fidelity in free plans, just in Premium ones... And with a good earphones, listening in HiFi is really another level of experience.

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placebokarl
Casual Listener

And now that they support 10000 tracks; so will I.

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Travisto777
Regular
When did they erase the offline download limits??? It's not 3,333 offline
download between 3 devices anymore???

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placebokarl
Casual Listener

A few days ago: Rejoice!

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MarcSant
Music Fan

Even in the past the limit was 3.333 songs per device among 3 devices (9.999 offline songs in total). Now, this limit was raised to 10K songs per device, among 5 different devices. 50K offline songs in total.  This is a HUGE upgrade! 

 

 

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Travisto777
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😊😊😊

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Travisto777
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artful_dodger59
Roadie

Do you work for them? This site blows!

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Re: Limit to 'offline' playlists?

Moderator
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Hey there,

 

Thanks for reaching out about this here in the Community!

 

You can now download up to 10,000 songs on each of up to 5 different devices. You can view and manage all your offline devices here

 

There's more info about this in this support site article

 

If you're having troubles with your downloaded content, you can take a look at this support site article instead. 

 

Hope this helps clarify things! If there's anything else we can help with, don't hesitate to give us a shout.

 

Have a lovely day :)

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