How to find your downloaded music in Spotify’s new update

Finding your downloaded music in Spotify’s new update depends on whether you’re looking for albums/playlists or individual songs. Here’s a breakdown for both:

For albums/playlists:

  1. Swipe left or right on the filter options at the top of the “Your Library” section.
  2. Look for the “Downloads” filter and tap/click it. This will show you only your downloaded content.
  3. You can further refine your search by using the other filter options like “Albums” or “Playlists” alongside the “Downloads” filter.

For individual songs:

  1. Open the “Playlists” tab in “Your Library.”
  2. Go to the “Liked Songs” playlist. All your downloaded songs are now stored here by default.
  3. You can use the search bar within the “Liked Songs” playlist to find specific songs.

Additional notes:

  • This updated method of accessing downloaded music was rolled out gradually in 2019, so if you haven’t seen it yet, you might need to update your Spotify app.
  • The “Songs” tab was removed in the update, and individual songs are now accessed through the “Liked Songs” playlist.
  • Downloads are only available to premium users worldwide, except in select markets like India where free users also have limited download options.

If you’re still having trouble finding your downloaded music, you can always refer to Spotify’s official Help Center or reach out to their customer support for further assistance.

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