All of the playlists selected for updating no longer
All you need is Shazam, because it'll save everything in Spotify.Once you’re in any place where a song is playing, fire up Shazam to identify the song, tap the top-right “add” button, and instantly add that song to your serendipitous Spotify mixtape.When a song is playing in full-screen/album-art mode, tap the “hamburger” icon in the top right corner.That’ll bring up a queue of what’s playing next, and you can reorder and delete songs in the queue without affecting the album or playlist in your library.
That part’s easy: There’s a big ol’ “Follow” button at the top of each shared playlist.Just drag and drop each track from the three-line icon on the far right of the screen.And if you want to mess around with crossfading tracks and different equalizer settings, you can jump on into Settings Playback and tweak away.Fire up your phone’s app, and you should see the local files on your computer’s hard drive grayed out in your new playlist. Clicking “Available Offline” will download them to your phone.
Keep in mind that it'll take up some storage space there.… Of the 30 million or so songs on the service, there are a few million that no one has ever once listened to. For your unappreciated-jam needs, there’s Forgotify, a wonderful service that seeks out unlistened-to songs on Spotify and plays one at random for you.However, Android phones are so varied, there’s no one-size-fits-all way to keep pings and dings at bay.