DRmare Spotify Music Converter

Best music converter for Spotify to download and convert Spotify music

  • Download Spotify song, etc. without a Spotify Premium account
  • Convert Spotify to MP3, WAV, FLAC, AAC, M4A and M4B
  • Play Spotify music anywhere and anytime offline
  • Run at a faster speed without touching the audio quality

How to Remove Downloads from Spotify

Spotify allows you to download playlists, albums, and podcasts for offline listening. But it limits you to downloading up to 10,000 songs on 5 different devices. Additionally, the actual number of songs you can download depends on the storage capacity available on your device. If you don't have enough storage space or have reached the limit, you need to delete Spotify downloads before you can download other songs. Keep in mind that even after canceling downloading of songs, you can still stream them on Spotify as long as you have an internet connection. Today, we will show you how to undownload songs on Spotify and download unlimited Spotify songs without Premium.

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Part 1. How to Undownload Songs on Spotify iPhone/Android

If you're a Spotify Premium subscriber, you can easily download music from Spotify for offline listening. However, downloading too much can take up a lot of storage space. Deleting Spotify downloads can help free up storage space on your device, especially if you have limited storage capacity. It also helps if you have a bunch of other songs you want to download. To remove downloads from Spotify mobile, you can follow the steps below.

Step 1: Open the Spotify app on your iOS/Android device and tap on 'Your Library'.

Step 2: Filter 'Downloaded' to see all your downloaded tracks.

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Step 3: Find the playlist, album, or podcast you want to delete and then tap on the green 'down arrow'.

Step 4: Then click 'Remove' to confirm undownloading Spotify songs. When the green arrow turns gray, it has been removed from your downloads.

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Part 2. How to Delete Downloaded Songs on Spotify PC/Mac

Likewise, you can easily delete Spotify downloads on your computer. But please note that just like you cannot download a single song but only an entire playlist/album, you cannot undownload an individual song either. This is the same on mobile phones. Now let's see how to undownload songs on Spotify on a computer.

Step 1: Open the Spotify app on your computer.

Step 2: Head to 'Your Library' and filter 'Downloaded'.

fliter downloaded on spotify desktop

Step 3: Click on the playlist or album you want to delete and click the green 'down arrow' button.

Step 4: Then you will be prompted to remove from downloads, click 'Remove' to confirm this process. And the green download button will turn gray to show you the playlist has been deleted from the downloads.

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Part 3. How to Undownload All Songs on Spotify

Spotify provides an option to delete all your downloaded music within the app settings. This method offers a convenient way to remove all Spotify downloads at once. Here's how you can do it:

Step 1: Open the Spotify app and tap on 'Settings' at the top right.

spotify desktop settings

Step 2: Select the 'Storage' option in the menu and then you should see 'Remove all downloads'. Tap on it and all your downloaded songs will be deleted.

remove all downloads on spotify

The 'remove all downloads' option is only available for mobile apps. For computers, you can clear Spotify cache or uninstall the Spotify app to delete all Spotify downloads. However, these methods will also delete any other data on the Spotify app. So, if you choose to reinstall the app, you need to log in and set up the app again.

Part 4. Why Does Spotify Undownload Songs

"Why did Spotify remove my downloads?"

1. As mentioned above, you can only download up to ten thousand songs on a single device. If you've reached this number, Spotify may automatically delete old songs to save your newly downloaded ones.

2. Spotify requires users to go online at least once every 30 days to maintain access to downloaded songs. If you are without an Internet connection for more than 30 days, your downloads may be deleted.

3. If you cancel your Spotify Premium subscription or it ends, the downloaded songs will be deleted and you will no longer have access to them.

4. If you are using a VPN, the downloaded songs may not be available in the region where the VPN is located. Likewise, if you are abroad, some songs may not be accessible. View also: How to Use Spotify Abroad

5. If you find that the downloaded song is grayed out, it is very likely that the Spotify official or the artist has deleted the song, and you will not be able to listen to it on Spotify, online or offline.

You can check why Spotify keeps deleting downloaded songs through the above 5 possible reasons and then restore your playlist accordingly. Even better, we've found a solution to help you bypass all of Spotify's download limits. Read on and check it out.

Part 5. How to Download Spotify Songs Locally without Number Limits

On Spotify, only Premium subscribers can download music, but the number of songs is limited to 10,000 per device. Once your subscription ends, or you don't go online for 30 days, your downloads will disappear. This is annoying, so we found a way for you to bypass all Spotify restrictions.

DRmare Spotify Music Converter allows all free and premium Spotify users to download music for offline listening. There is no limit to the number of songs you can download. You can download individual songs or entire playlists according to your needs. It saves downloaded music locally on your device so that you can keep it permanently and listen to it using other music players. This way, you won't worry about your downloaded songs disappearing. Even better, since DRmare Spotify Converter lets you convert Spotify music to common formats, you can also move your downloaded music to other devices for listening.


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Step 1Load Spotify music to DRmare Spotify Music Converter
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Open the installed DRmare Spotify Music Converter and Spotify will also pop up. Go to Spotify and drag and drop the music you want to download to DRmare. Alternatively, copy the music link and paste the link into the top 'search' box of DRmare and click '+' to load Spotify music.
Step 2Customize output parameters for Spotify music
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Click on the 'Menu' icon at the top-right corner and select 'Preferences' > 'Convert'. Then you can customize the output format, bit rate, sample rate, channel, etc. according to your needs. Generally, MP3 is the most universal format and it is the default output format.
Step 3Download Spotify music locally without Premium
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To download Spotify music, simply click on the 'Convert' button at the bottom right. It doesn't require a Spotify Premium subscription and will save the downloaded music locally. Once completed, you can locate the downloaded tracks in the 'Converted' output folder. Then you can listen to Spotify music offline on any device you want.

Part 6. In Conclusion

Now you know how to undownload songs on Spotify on your mobile device or computer. All you need to do is click on the "Down Arrow" icon. You can also choose to delete all downloaded songs in the Settings section. Even better, you can use DRmare Spotify Music Converter to download Spotify songs, playlists, albums, podcasts, etc. (no Premium required) and save them locally. This way you can download as many songs as you want with no limit, and you don't have to worry about your downloads disappearing.

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