Spotify will lift it’s 10,000 song restriction for online libraries

The new feature will roll out in the next couple of weeks.

May 27, 2020 Rehana Harmony

Spotify has finally responded to years of requests for the company to scrap it’s 10,000 song limit for its users. 

The streaming service declared the change, in a community blog post, which detailed their reasons for lifiting the limitation. Soon, the companies premium members can gather an endless amount of music in their libraries. 

This feature will automatically update to accounts with in the next couple of weeks, however this will only work during an online experience.

All offline downloads are still be restricted to 10,000 tracks. More over, the same restrictions will be applied to playlists, as a result users will have to spread songs across several lists and compilations.