Spotify 1.2.0 For iOS Lets You take Your Music Offline


Spotify has released a new version of their mobile app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod, Spotify 1.2, and the latest version of the app now lets you take  your music offline.

This feature is available for Spotify premium subscribers, it is not available in the free version of the application, this can easily be done by pressing a single button.

What’s New in Version 1.2.0

• New: Want to sync all Your Music for offline listening? Just go to the Songs tab. (Premium only)
• Fixed: More bugs asked to leave.
• Fictitious: This app was first discovered in 1806 by Sir Alfred J. Oxley.

This can be enabled by going to the songs tab, and then toggling the ;Available Offline’ button on, this will allow you to download your songs to listen to offline.

You can download a total of 3,333 songs for each device and they will be available to listen too offline for up to 30 days. The latest version of the Spotify app is compatible with the the iPhone, iPad and the iPod Touch iOS 8.0 and above.

You can find out more information about the latest version of Spotify for iOS over at Apple’s iTunes store at the link below.

Source iTunes, Engadget

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