Spotify regularly tests new highlights with a little segment of its client base prior to releasing them to a more extensive crowd. In the course of the most recent couple of months, we’ve recognized a few such highlights, similar to local Group Sessions, auto-refresh for playlists, saving podcast episodes, and more.

A month ago we discovered that the music real time feature was likewise examining dispatching a subscription podcast service and presenting new artist-made Stories. Presently, Spotify is apparently planning to add uphold for local music playback to its Android application.

According to an ongoing tweet from figure out Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane), the Spotify application on Android may before long help offline music playback. This element will basically permit clients to adjust their offline music library to the application and play music without requiring a active internet connection.

When the element turns out, you will have the option to go to the application settings and turn on another toggle under the Import area marked ‘Show device files.’ Spotify will at that point scan your gadget’s inside storage for spared saved audio files and show them inside the Your Library segment on the application.

Starting at now, it isn’t certain whether the local music playback backing will be an excellent element or not. However, given that YouTube Music lets free clients play locally stored files, play uploaded tunes, and download playlists containing uploaded music, Spotify should likewise offer the component to free clients.

It likewise isn’t evident whether Spotify will let free clients transfer privately put away records for cross-gadget playback, yet we anticipate that the company should share these subtleties once the element is at long last prepared for early evening. We will update this post when we get more data about the forthcoming element.

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