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How to Keep Spotify Music Forever after Unsubscribed

'I am considering canceling my premium account but would like to know if I do that if I will lose all of the music that I had added to my playlist or downloaded to my phone? Will I still be able to listen to all of them once my subscription is done?' Cander18 asked on the Spotify Community.

As one of the most popular streaming music services, Spotify gives users access to millions of songs, podcasts and videos from artists all over the world. Besides, it also offers a Premium service, which enables you to stream music for offline listening.

With Spotify Premium, you can have up to 10,000 songs available to listen to offline on up to five different devices. But what you need to know is that streaming is not the same as downloading music in the traditional sense. Once you got Spotify Premium, you are only paying for access to Spotify's library of music.

Keep Spotify music after cancelling the Premium service

Meanwhile, you can't save the tracks to burn them to a CD or transfer them to other devices. What was worse, if you cancel your Premium subscription, all your tracks that you downloaded for offline listening will be unavailable. In other words, you are only paying for access to Spotify's library of music, rather than own these songs.

So as the problem mentioned above: on one hand, you don't want to continue paying for the Premium. On the other hand, you'd like to keep Spotify music forever after unsubscribed, what should you do?

Don't worry, the good news is that you can still download music from Spotify without Spotify Premium. Here we will recommend you the most effective and simplest Spotify Downloader - TunePat Spotify Converter for you.

Best Spotify Downloader - TunePat Spotify Converter

TunePat Spotify Converter can easily download music from Spotify by converting them to common audio formats such as MP3, WAV, AAC and FLAC. In this way, you can not only keep the downloaded Spotify music forever, but also transfer them to any devices you have.

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How to Keep Spotify Music forever after Canceling Premium

The following is a detailed tutorial about how to download music from Spotify by using TunePat Spotify Converter, so that you can keep the downloaded Spotify music after canceling Premium. This program is unique in that it lets you finish the conversion without the Spotify app installed. Now let's get started, please download and install the latest version of TunePat Spotify Converter.

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Step 1. Launch TunePat Spotify Converter

Once you open TunePat Spotify Converter, you can click Log In button to log in with your Spotify account.

Log in the Spotify account

Step 2. Set Output Format

Click gear icon on the toolbar, you can select the output format as MP3, AAC, WAV or FLAC. There you can also adjust set Output Quality, Output Folder, Output Organized by Album or Artist as you like.

Set output format

Step 3. Add Spotify songs to TunePat Spotify Converter

Browse songs in playlist, Album or Artist, the Add button will automatically appear on the toolbar. Now you can select the songs you want to convert.

Add music or playlist to TunePat

Step 4. Start to Download Music from Spotify

Now you can start to download Spotify tracks by clicking the Convert button.

Start converting Spotify music

Wait for a moment, you can find the converted Spotify music in history folder. Now you can transfer them to hard drive, so that you can keep Spotify Music forever after canceling Spotify Premium.

Note: The free trial version of TunePat Spotify Converter enables us to convert the first 3-minute file for each audio file and convert 3 music files at a time, you can unlock the time limitation by purchasing the full version.

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