So I have an IPhone 5C and recently created a huge playlist on my phone. I want to download the list in my phone for offline use so I don't eat up data or battery. I recently discovered my ICloud. Does iCloud work as an internal memory card. For examples, could I download my Spotify playlist to my iCloud to save room in my phone memory?
Hi, I have an Apple iPhone 5c with a lousy 4GB of free space. I want to subscribe to Spotify, but I must choose between using all my iPhone memory by syncing or using all my data allowance by streaming. I don't have a landline or wifi where I live.
Is it possible to sync my offline music to a 'personal cloud' storage device, such as that made by Seagate or Western Digital? Deezer users can set up their accounts to sync to an SD card, so theoretically it must be possible.
Hi @Tiburonsmoke, as per the iCloud suggestion as well, I'm not sure how using a personal cloud storage device would help in your situation either, as you would either have to use wifi to stream from the device back to your phone, or you'd be having to use your data if it was on the internet, neither of which you seem to be able to do.
With iOS though, there is no option to save your music offline on anywhere else but the device itself. It is quite difficult to use Spotify without any wifi or a data connection.