Streaming music on Spotify can be quite data-consuming, especially if you love high-quality sounds and enjoy a ton of video podcasts. We are in an era of streaming almost everything on our mobile devices and music is just one part of it. Thankfully, Spotify has built ways through which you can seamlessly save data by turning on data savings. This is particularly handy if you don’t mind switching between settings during specific times.
So we’ve come up with a guide on 3 sure ways to save data when streaming music on your Spotify app. In this post, you’ll see the three methods along with how to set them up using data saver on Spotify.
How to Save Data on Spotify
1. By Setting Your Music Quality to Low: Spotify generally has Five streaming options. This includes low, normal, high, very high, and automatic. By default, the settings come in Automatic. However, you can save data by putting all music streaming quality on low.
2. Downloading only Audio Podcasts: You can save data when downloading video podcasts on Spotify. This setting allows you to download only the audio when downloading video podcasts.
3. By Streaming only Audio in Video Podcasts: Spotify also allows you to play video podcasts as audio-only. However, this is only applicable to mobile data. It goes back to the default when you’re connected to a WiFi network.
Turn on Data Saver
- Launch the Spotify App and tap on the Settings icon located at the top right of your screen
- Next tap on ‘Data Saver’
- Tap on the toggle next to any of the options you’d want use
And that’s how to save data on Spotify. We hope you’ve found this article helpful. Let us know how much data you’ve saved using these options in the comments below. Don’t forget to share this post with a friend who might just need this.