I noticed that "saving albums" works differently than the old version of spotify, in that they get added to a "favorites" playlist instead of a songs list. What does this mean about the 10,000 song limit? Is it a thing of the past, or still in effect somewhow?
Apple has 100,000 song limit. Amazon has an astonishing 250,000 song limit. I was on Spotify yesterday and it cut me off saying I had reached my maximum of 10,000 songs. Their solution? Dump some of my playlists. I pay for this stuff **bleep**; why would I get rid of my music? So to answer your question, we are still **bleep**. I just learned about it yesterday. Nowhere in their ads, promotions and sales pitches does it say anything about this limit. It is located in their "support" link. I never use support until I need it.
Now I am stuck going over to Amazon or Apple and start these lists all over although I have heard there may be some software that may accomplish this. Whatever the case, Spotify is worthless.