Spotify is testing an offline mix for bad signal days

    Isn’t it annoying when you need your daily dose of music, but your internet connection is patchy, or you’re in mid-flight and suddenly realize you forgot to download your favorite tracks? If these complaints are familiar, we have good news for you. 

    Music streaming giant Spotify is testing a new feature that music fanatics are bound to love — an offline playlist that automatically downloads your go-to songs in case of a rainy day.

    In a tweet posted on Thursday, the company’s CEO, Daniel Ek, revealed that the feature, “Your Offline Mix,” is undergoing testing and will be rolled out once it’s ready. 

    Though it’s unclear when Spotify will officially launch this new feature, the screenshot suggests that it will significantly help users when “the vibe is high, but the connection is low.”

    Offline playback is already a popular feature, but the offline mix promises to be something special; this feature will assess which Spotify tracks we listen to the most and automatically save them on our app. The playlist will be able to store hours’ worth of music, which will make traveling more enjoyable for the app’s 500 million plus listeners. 

    Twitter users greeted the news appreciatively. 

    It is unclear if the feature will be available for free users, but offline listening isn’t unique to Spotify. Another music streaming service, Youtube Music, has an “Official mixtape” feature that allows users to download songs.

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