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How to Download Music from Spotify and save as MP3 files using Spotify Downloader

Premium Users can download music offline,but nothing beats the ability to save as MP3 files.

There’s no doubt that Spotify is the most popular online music streaming service, and is well ahead of the competitors like SoundCloud & Deezer. The interface of Spotify makes it exceedingly simple for any audiophile to navigate & find their favorite music.

Earlier, free members of Spotify could only stream in 120kbps quality – but the recent overhaul they made to their freemium model of service meant that even free users are able to stream in 320kbps quality but with advertisements & MOST IMPORTANTLY – they were not allowed to download music for offline listening.

save music from spotify

The problem was that even if the subscription is premium, Spotify saves the downloaded music in an encrypted format which cannot be played by other audio player applications on your PC or smartphones.

Here’s a method to save those music as MP3 & M4A formats in your preferred audio quality. Keep in mind that this method will work for the free members also. But please note that it’s not recommended for free users.

All you need to do is download Sidify Music Converter (Windows Application) and you need to have an installed Spotify Desktop Client with a working Spotify Account.

Now Install and open Sidify Converter. You’ll be asked to add song or playlist URLs from Spotify. Go on to Spotify app, right-click on any music that you wish and Share Link for the song. Paste Link in Sidify Downloader & click Add. The Song will be downloaded & saved to your default Music folder.

save music from spotify

You can download the trial version of Sidify Music Converter from their official website.

Download Sidify Free

There’s a Pro version for the software which is available from the following Mirror.

Download Sidify Pro

(We’re not responsible for any potentially harmful malware that maybe downloaded from the above link). Although Windows SmartScreen blocked us when we tried to download it using Edge, it was not flagged by Windows Defender.

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