Spotify has abandoned its 10,000 song limit in the ‘Your Library’ section of the platform, basically opening it to an unlimited number of tracks…
Due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent quarantines, streaming video and audio has ballooned in popularity. Entertainment, being a necessity during the time as a way to help pass the time, represented quite a bit of the way people spent their time. So, one of the worst aspects were limits, like the one Spotify imposed on users. Now, that limit is gone.
Spotify Removes its 10K Song Limit from the ‘Your Library’ Section
Just yesterday, Spotify removed its 10,000 song limit in the Your Library section on the streaming service. That of course means users no longer have to worry about reaching their limits and having to remove tracks from their catalogs. Here’s something that appeared on the Spotify Community forum:
“Spotify has started rolling out an unlimited library experience, meaning they’re removing the limit on saved items in a user’s library! This affects liked songs, and liked albums! Since 2014, the request to remove this limit has been very popular in the Community Ideas Exchange, with over 12,500 votes. Before now, it was only possible to save 10,000 items in your Spotify library. Once you hit the limit, a message said ‘Epic collection my friend. There’s no more room in Your Library. To save more, you’ll need to remove some songs or albums.’ [Now], avid Spotify users…will no longer have to curate their Library, or remove songs before adding new tracks.”