It’s not a secret that Spotify has suddenly begun dominating the music-streaming world. But at around £100 per year; it certainly isn’t the cheapest solution out there. However, there is a little bug in the iPhone Spotify app that allows you to keep using it’s offline music even after your Premium subscription service has expired. Here’s how you do it:
1. Create a new Spotify account and activate your free 30-day Premium trial.
2. Use this 30 days to build up your music database and download them all for “Offline use”
3. When your 30-day trial is coming to an end, flick your Spotify app to “Offline mode” and don’t turn it back on. Thus killing the connection to the service.
I’ve been using this for the past three weeks and haven’t encountered any problems, only downside is once this is in action, you can’t sync new music so your stuck with the same songs, and I expect it will return to normal if you have to restore your iDevice.
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