There's no option to transfer songs from Spotify as mp3. So most mp3 players not support Spotify.
There's option, most of high-end mp3 players are running now on Android and this way you can install Spotify. Usually storage is limited on these, so better option is just Android phone where you can easily hold 32 GB memody card for your tremendous Spotify collection being Offlined. I would suggest a phone around 150 €, it will not lack to run apps at same time.
For example LG Leon about 129 € will run Spotify. If you want durable glass, LG Spirit about 149 € have Gorilla 3 glass. I use Spirit for my music streaming and it is my main phone.
I live and die by spotify, it has completely revolutionized the way I listen to music and have spread it in my social circles like wildfire as a result. Thank you to you and the wider spotify team.
The issue I'm having is that, I have premium however I'm on the cusp of buying a water proof iPod shuffle, which I'd imagine doesn't have app compatability. I have no downloaded music and wasn't planning to. Do you think Spotify might consider programming song downloadability which would remove any tracks not available offline as soon as synced up to the computer if premium was unavailable? I feel like there must be a solution for this problem. Particularly for sports enthusiasts who would rather not lug a phone with them both for the weight but also to not be disturbed I suppose...I'm sure with all those brains, a couple of team meetings could fix this. We have absolute faith in you.
I just want a small, reasonably inexpensive device that I can use in the gym or out walking the dog. I don't want to lug a phone sized device while I exercise. But I love my Spotify and the diversity of music that I get from it. Spotify knows me so well. Please help, I don't think my little nano will do and that's the size I'm looking for.
The reason I am looking for a device on which to play Spotify's playlists (I have premium on my android phone), is because my 10 year old wants music and I don't want her having a phone and therefore unlimited and unsupervised access to the internet. There have to be others who need simply a device that...shock, horror...only streams or plays downloaded music!