Spotify becomes even more essential with offline playlists
If you’re a premium subscriber to ace streaming online music jukebox Spotify, you’re now suddenly getting a lot more for your tenner a month – even though you don’t get to hear their ads starring the lovely Roberta from Spotify.
Subscribers can now make their saved playlists available offline, which essentially means that the music will be saved to their hard drive, allowing them to access it even when they’re away from an Internet connection.
The offline mode is already available to Spotify subscribers who have the service on their iPhone, and as with the mobile version, they’ll be able to store 3,333 tracks at a time.
As of earlier this week, new subscribers can also pay their monthly fee via Paypal as well as with a debit or credit card as Spotify increasingly becomes a viable alternative to illegal downloading.
Have you signed up for the premium service recently and is it everything you hoped it would be? Or have you dipped your toe in the premium water before going back to the ad-filled free version. Maybe you’re as mad as a badger and don’t believe in its overpowering majesty. Spill it.