If you love music, you love Spotify. It’s a great one-stop-shop for all the world’s best music under a platform that not only lets you listen to those songs but discover new ones as well.
But for all that functionality, users get a reality check when they try to download their songs off the service. Even if you’ve got a paid subscription, you don’t actually own that music – and Spotify has no qualms about reminding you of that fact. With Spotify Premium, you can only download music on a maximum of 5 different devices. And, if you’re not using Premium, you can’t even download songs at all.
Technology to the rescue. Now there’s an effective and easy-to-use tool for Mac that can unchain that music from those restrictions: The Spotify Music Converter.
This converter is no arcane hacking tool. It sports a seamless interface that allows you to remove those pesky restrictions from your songs or music, while still retaining the metadata and IDs that identify the song. Just drag and drop your favorite individual tunes, or even entire albums and playlists. Check out how easy it is to download Drake’s entire “More Life” mixtape off the service.
Not only can you take your songs and save them to your laptop or smartphone, but you can customize them as well. Files can be saved in any number of formats: MP3, M4A, WAV or FLAC just to name a few. The songs come with all their original audio quality intact, but you can tweak that quality if you need more space or to match whatever device you’re playing them on. Best of all, you can do this with any Spotify song, even from an account with a free subscription.
You can get the Spotify Music Converter for Mac today for $19.99, down a full 49% from the regular MSRP.
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