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As the popularly used music player among other players, Spotify boasts millions of users and raise its reputation and popularity. However, we all know that Spotify merely supports on one device at one account, so what to do if we want to play Spotify on multiple devices? Here come two ways to help you out of this midst. Keep reading and figure it out.


Part 1. Tutorial on How to Play Spotify on Multiple Devices

1.1 Get Spotify Premium Free on iPhone without Jailbreaking

TuneFab Spotify Music Converter is a professional Spotify to MP3 Converter. It not only lets you convert Spotify songs, playlists, and albums to popular audio formats but also allows you to save and edit ID3 tags. After converting the DRM-protected Spotify music, you can save them on any device you like, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, iPod shuffle, MP3 player, Xbox One, etc. With this software, you will easily remove DRM from Spotify Music and convert them to your desired formats.

Step 1. Get Free Download of TuneFab Spotify Music Converter

Click on above button to get the free download the tool, and then launch it. You will see the main interface is concise and convenient to operate.

Step 2. Add Spotify Music to TuneFab Spotify Music Converter

#1 Launch your Spotify and copy the playlist link at first.

Copy Playlist on Spotify

#2 Paste the copied link to TuneFab Spotify Music Converter

Click "Add Files" to paste the link to the blank search bar, and then tap "Add".

Add Spotify Songs to TuneFab

Step 3. Choose Songs to Convert

After transferring the songs from Spotify to TuneFab, select the songs you want to download.

Select Songs to Convert

Step 4. Select the Output Format to Export

Tap "Options" and then "Advanced" to choose the output format. Here we use MP3 as an example, you can decide which one you want.

Select MP3 as Output Format

Step 5. Convert the Selected Songs to MP3 Format

Tap "Convert" on the top side, when one song finished the conversion, the next one would be converted automatically. Meanwhile, when all the songs are converted, you can check the converted history to see if any songs failed or missed.

Convert Spotify Music to MP3 Format

Know More:

3 methods to transfer music to other devices:

1. Add music to iTunes, and then synchronize to iPhone, iPad, etc;

2. Use Cloud service such as Dropbox to backup and sync Spotify music;

3. Transfer music from PC to other devices just by a USB cable.

1.2 Play Spotify Music on Spotify Premium for Family


#1 Download the Spotify Premium for Family; (It provides multiple accounts but requires $14.99 per month)

#2 Sign up an account if you don't have before, meanwhile, if you've already had one, then use that one to launch. And then tap "Upgrade";

#3 Select the numbers of sub-accounts you want; (Up to 4)

#4 Enter your payment information;


Add Other Accounts:

#1 Go to the main interface;

#2 Tap "Premium for Family", and input the other account you want to add;

#3 If you want to move out the users, tap "Go" under "Manage Family Accounts".

Spotify Premium for Family

Accept a Spotify Family Invitation

#1 Tap "Send Invitation";

#2 Receive by shared links; (Click Links to get started)

#3 Receive the Invitation emails; (Click "Accept Invitation" in the email)

Part 2. Spotify Free Version VS Spotify Premium for Family

The General idea about SPOTIFY:

Spotify is a music, podcast, and video streaming service that was officially launched on Oct. 7th, 2008, which was developed by Spotify AB in Stockholm, Sweden. It also is a freemium service, and its basic features are free with advertisements or limitations.

Spotify Free:

▪ Provide over 30 million songs, playlists, algorithm-based radio stations and mixed, and mixes, and podcasts while within the country;

▪ Listen to your favorite artists on the GO;

▪ Discover new songs;

▪ Able to play, create and edit your own playlists;

▪ Share songs and playlists with other people or to other platforms such as Facebook, Twitter;

Spotify Premium for Family:

▪ No advertisements on Spotify.

▪ Multiple accounts, and just fetches $14.99 per month;

▪ Able to own 5 individual accounts, and everyone gets to play their own music;

▪ All your saved music, playlists and recommendations will be kept when upgrading;

Differences Between Spotify Free and Spotify Premium for Family:

To give you a more specific idea, you can check out this guide:

Spotify Free vs. Premium: Should I Pay for It

With these two methods, I believe you have solved the problem why you can't play Spotify music on multiple devices. Compared to them, which one you like best? My favorite one would be downloading the Spotify music by TuneFab Spotify Music Converter because it is free and easy to operate. Leave a comment if you like our tutorial. Meanwhile, if you still have questions about how to play Spotify music on multiple devices, please feel free to contact us for more details.

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