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[Mobile] Add / Delete multiple Songs at once

I would like to have a checkbox system for adding/deleting multiple songs at once. It is very time consuming to do them individually.

Updated on 2018-09-17

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Just like other things, there is a select feature. For instance, you can go into your photos and just hold then swipe over all the images and then delete all of the images you have selected. If they could implement a way to do this and add songs to your playlist it would be a very cool.


You should include in the mobile app the feature that enables us, users, to delete more than one song from playlists at the same time instead of the actual one by one procedure.

  • bro, just let me manage my playlists on my cell phone, I don't have a computer. Now days we deal with hundreds of musics, so it's made very time demanding and unpleasent to make satisfing playlists, even to add an album that I liked to my liked songs I have to do it one by one, and, back on 2015 we are able to tap-hold an album and there were a "add to playlist" and "add to liked songs" option on the pop up, so it's almost like u guys don't want us to be able to do it now days, what's the deal?

I can’t believe Spotify is missing a feature that any barebones music app has. It’s a very frustrating user experience to have to open up a menu (which isn’t the fastest thing to do, either) and scroll for each song you want to apply an action to. 


Seriously? This suggestion has been around since 2014 and it is still a "Good Idea"? This is basic stuff any mobile application should have. With lack of this, dysfunctional search in library and some songs being unavailable for me I feel like I'm being had. And I'm paying for Premium! Could anyone advise a more technologically mature mobile app where I can pay for music? Considering going back to stock music player and piracy.