Spotify is the new way to listen to music. You can consider Spotify as your new music collection, which is made up of millions of tracks (and growing) and the best part is — you never have to carry those millions of tracks with you. Spotify comes in all shapes and sizes and works with your PC, Mac, home audio system and mobile phone.
Now you’re never without your music. There’s no need to wait for downloads and free up space in your hard drive. Spotify has Facebook integration built-in and you can see and hear what your friends are listening to – just hit play on any music post. You can also share music, send it straight to your friends, or post tracks on social networks.
Sync your phone with Spotify
You can sync your iPhone or Android phone with Spotify.
Before you proceed any further, always make sure that you have the latest Spotify mobile version. This helps you stay current with bug fixes and advancements. To sync your phone with Spotify:
- Log in to Spotify on your computer
- Connect your phone to the same Wi-Fi network as your computer (make sure that your computer is connected to the wifi network wirelessly)
- Log in to the Spotify app on your phone
- Your phone should now appear under “Devices” in your Spotify desktop client. If you do not have the desktop client for Spotify, you can download it from here.
- Select your device in the Devices list
- Choose the playlists you would like to sync for offline use on your phone. When syncing your phone with Spotify no content will be removed.
To sync your iPod with Spotify: Please make sure that you don’t have iTunes running before you sync your iPod with Spotify.
- Start Spotify
- Connect your iPod to your computer and the iPod will appear under “Devices” in Spotify instantly
- Click “Erase your iPod & Sync this iPod with Spotify” to start transferring your files
If you would like to choose which playlists you want to sync to your iPod click “Manually choose playlist to sync” on the device page.