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10 Jun, 2023
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Similar to YouTube Music's "Offline Mixtape," this feature creates a playlist using the content that users have downloaded offline, including songs from other playlists or albums they have previously saved.

With the new "Offline Mix" feature, Spotify aims to provide users with a playlist that combines their downloaded tracks with the dynamic and diverse music suggestions found in their regular mixes. This feature not only enhances the offline listening experience but also keeps users engaged with fresh content.

While YouTube Music has been offering its "Offline Mixtape" feature since 2019, alongside "Smart Downloads" that automatically save new music for offline listening, Spotify is now exploring a similar approach.

While YouTube Music has been offering its "Offline Mixtape" feature since 2019, alongside "Smart Downloads" that automatically save new music for offline listening, Spotify is now exploring a similar approach.

Some Spotify users have already spotted the "Offline Mix" feature in the wild, although initial feedback has been mixed. Some users have reported that many of the songs in their mix haven't actually been downloaded to their devices, limiting the usefulness of the feature.

It remains unclear whether the "Offline Mix" feature will be available to free users or if it will be exclusive to Spotify Premium subscribers.