Spotify is one of the most popular music streaming services with free and premium plan. The premium plan has 4 types of subscription: Individual ($9.99 per month), Duo($12.99 per month for 2 accounts), Student($4.99/month) and Family ($15.99 per month for 6 accounts). New users can choose any premium plan and get 3 months free trial.
Spotify Premium allows users to play music on demand without ads, download songs for offline listening. Spotify free uses can only use shuffle play on mobile. Spotify app is available on mobile, computer, tablet, car, PlayStation, Xbox, TV, speaker. You can also listen to Spotify with web player. But Spotify songs are DRM protected, even though you have download Spotify songs with Premium, you can’t play them without Spotify app.
If you want to transfer Spotify music to other device, burn them to CD or play them on MP3 player or use them in other app, you need to download Spotify music to MP3 with a Spotify to MP3 converter. Here we will share you with 4 powerful Spotify to MP3 tools.
AllToMP3 is a desktop application to download and convert YouTube, SoundCloud, Spotify and Deezer in 256 kb/s MP3, with tags: cover, title, artist, genre, and even lyrics!. It supports YouTube playlists, Deezer and Spotify playlists, and also integrate a search engine so you can simply specify a song name or an album and AllToMP3 will download it. You can download AllToMP3 for Windows, macOS and Linux here: https://alltomp3.org. However, after a few attempt, we found currently it can't download Spotify songs. We will keep this updated.
Audacity is an easy-to-use, multi-track audio editor and recorder for Windows, macOS, GNU/Linux and other operating systems. Developed by a group of volunteers as open source. Audacity can record live audio through a microphone or mixer, or digitize recordings from other media. Export your recordings in many different file formats, including multiple files at once.
https://www.spotifydownloader.co is a free online tool that allows you to enter a Spotify url to download a song. It is free but not convenient to use. You can only add song url but album or playlist url is not supported, which means you can only download songs one by one, which is very time consuming. Besides, as it does not download songs from Spotify library, many songs may not be downloaded.
Since recording and converting Spotify music requires a high level of technical skill, there is no tool that is both free and powerful. The free ones can only record Spotify music in real time while it's playing, just like recording any other music. You need to be engaged all the time and it is very time consuming. If you want a good experience, you still need a paid software. But considering the convenience, the power and the number of quality songs you get, it's worth the price.
The powerful Spotify music converter we recommend is called Pazu Spotify Converter. It allows you to convert multiple Spotify playlists or albums simultaneously and output MP3/M4A/WAV/FLAC/OGG/AIFF songs at a top-quality bitrate of 320 Kbps. It will preserve all ID3 tags and allows you to rename songs with any combination of title, album, artist, TrackID. Sort output songs into folders by artist, album or Artist/Album.
Note: The free trial version of Pazu Spotify Converter enables you to convert the first three minutes of each song. You can remove the trial limitation by purchasing the full version.Buy Now Buy Now
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