“If I cancel my premium subscription, will I lose all of the music that I had added to my playlist or downloaded to my phone? Will I still be able to listen to all of them once my subscription is done?”
No, one of the key features of Spotify Premium is the ability to download music for offline listening, so once canceled subscription, you'll still be on Premium for the remainder of the month you've paid for, but after that it will revert back to Free. You retain all offline music, but don’t have access to stream. You can still keep all of your playlist and listen to them, but only in shuffle and with ads and skip limitation.
As we all know, Spotify is proprietary and encodes its music with digital rights management (DRM), which restricts you from listening to downloaded Spotify Music after canceling Premium subscription. To keep all of your downloaded tracks or playlist playable after unsubscribed, you need remove the DRM protection from Spotify music or Playlist first.
Sidify Music Converter for Spotify is a professional Spotify Music DRM removal, which can easily remove DRM from your Spotify music or playlist and convert them to DRM-free format like, MP3, FLAC, AAC or WAV at 5X faster speed, while at the same time keeping 100% original quality of Spotify music. Thus you will still be able to enjoy all of your downloaded Spotify tracks after canceling Premium account and keep them on your phone forever.
The following is a detailed tutorial about how to remove DRM from Spotify music. Please download this useful tool on your computer first before getting started.
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2. Tutorial on How to Remove DRM from Spotify Music
Step 1. Download and launch Sidify Music Converter for Spotify
Please download and then install the latest version of Sidify Music Converter for Spotify. To install this Mac software, Mac OS X 10.9 or later is needed. After installing, click to launch this powerful DRM Spotify music removal tool.
Step 2. Add Spotify Songs or Playlists
Launch Sidify Music converter for Mac and Spotify application would be opened automatically with it. Click "+" button on the top-left interface or click "Click Here to Add Audio", and then drag or drop the audios you would like to convert from Spotify to Sidify Music Converter, and click "OK".
Step 3. Set Output Preference
Click the setting button on the top-right interface to set output format, output quality, conversion speed and output path. You can convert Spotify music to MP3, FLAC, AAC or WAV with high quality (320 kbps is available to choose) with maximum 5X faster speed.
Step 4. Convert Spotify music to DRM-Free Version
After the above setting, click "CONVERT" button to start converting Spotify music. After converting, the output folder will be open automatically. Or you can click the History button on the top-right interface to find the converted music. The coverted Spotify music are DRM-free, you can keep them playable after unsubscribed.
The free trial version only enables you to convert the first 3 minutes of each songs. You can buy the full version to unlock this limitation.