After high demand, Spotify has removed the 10,000 song cap that is placed on users’ library size, allowing them to add as many songs and albums as they want.
The streaming service has more than 50 million songs in its catalogue but has always set a cap on what customers could save to their ‘Your Music’ collection.
For years users have begged for the limit to be removed but Spotify has always been resistant in doing so.
The news was broken by Spotify in a community post, writing: “Spotify has started rolling out an unlimited library experience, meaning they’re removing the limit on saved items in a user’s library!”
Back in 2017, the company said: ‘At the moment we don’t have plans to extend the Your Music limit. The reason is because less than 1% of users reach it. Judging by the turn around, it now looks like enough Spotify users have reached the 10,000 limit.
However, individual playlists are still limited to 10,000 items so the unlimited number only applies to the option to save songs to your Spotify library.
The company has also stated that it might take some time to roll out to customers so don’t be worried if you can still see the limit on your account.