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I would like an explanation to why I can only have 3333 songs offline on one device?
The main reason why I use and pay for Spotify is just to have songs offline on my Ipod touch.
I have recently gone above 4000 songs in total on my account - and I would like them ALL to be offline on my Ipod.
Honestly, this is quite pissing me off... Spotify is really great, but why should I continue to pay if I can't even listen to all my songs on my device/account?
Before anyone writes "Hey! You can only listen to one song at a time" or "You don't even need over 3333 songs" - I write this to you all:
I'm a music addict! That's why I want to have more than just 3333 songs!
***So - long story short: Why can I only have 3333 songs offline on one device - and/or can/will this be fixed in the nearby future!?!?!?
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Right now Spotify limits offline songs to 3333 per device.
If you want them to get rif of this limit, add a kudo to this idea: