it appears that the SSL certificates on all the third party trackers that Spotify use are being blocked by browsers now, this is not essentially Spotifys fault. They need to do some serius code rewrites though.. Hope they resolve it soon, very frustrating that I can't listen at work now!
This solution does not work for me at all. I'm using web player on Firefox 52.3.0 (Windows 7). I have cleared cookies and restarted the browser. The web player doesn't play any songs, when I click the play button, nothing happens. I tried Chrome as well, but the web player doesn't work in Chrome either.
And now the web player has made the side scroll bar disappear, so that I can only see the 12 top-most playlists. I can't scroll the page down to see the rest. But then again, none of the songs play anyway, so what's the point. Really, why am I paying 10 euros a month for this?
I'm also having this problem that web player doesn't play any songs. So far i have logged out from every device i had used my spotify account: android phone, desktop version and web player. Desktop and phone are working but the web version isn't and it's the only one i can use at my work. I have tried multiple computers, FF, IE, Chrome and Edge browsers and none of them work. I also deleted cookies etc. but no luck. Also the strange thing with web player is that it resets volume to the max every time i try to adjust it downwards. Help?!
To fix this same problem, I opened Spotify on my phone and played a song. While it was playing I went to swtich devices and selected the web player (for me it was Chrome) and then it connected and started working again.
I had this probelm and tried the suggestions I found on the forum
- change User Agent
- replace my link
In the end what worked for me was starting spotify on my phone while having play.spotify.com logged in and open in my browser. As soon as I started playing a song on my phone app, it would show in the browser as playin gon my device. then I switched the device in my browser to "This Web Browser" and it started playing in the browser.
Since then all play buttons work again in the Web Browser.