Sometimes bad news can be the precursor to good news: a security breach last week (that put internal company data into the hands of somebody, somewhere) led to an update for Spotify on Android that now allows for your entire music library to be downloaded with a single button click, making it available for offline listening (as long as you are a premium subscriber).
Previous to this latest update, premium subscribers could only sync individual playlists in this manner. Downloaded content will be available for 30 days (at which time, you could just do it all again).
It goes without saying that this functionality is dependent on your download quality settings combined with the number of songs you possess (though this feature is strangely capped at a maximum of 3,333 songs) and the amount of available storage space on your device.
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