Sidify Music Converter
Spotify is a popular music streaming service around the world. It is a freemium service. Signing up for Spotify as a free member and then you can access to its vast music library with more than 100 million songs. Or you can upgrade to its premium plan to get extra features, such as listen to ad-free Spotify music, enjoy high-quality Spotify songs, download music from Spotify for offline listening, etc.
Currently, Spotify offers three plans for premium subscribers – Individual ($9.99/month, 1 account), Duo ($12.99/month, 2 accounts), and Family ($14.99/month, up to 6 accounts). For anyone who hasn’t already tried Premium, Spotify usually offers a 1-month free trial, but now it extends the period to two months till September 7th, 2020 for this summer season.
During the trial, you can unlock all the features limited to premium users only. When the free trial comes to an end, you should pay the service to get premium features. As a result, a lot of people download plenty of songs from Spotify during the trial period and are wondering whether they can keep playing the downloaded music from Spotify after cancelling the subscription. What happens to your Spotify downloads after the free trial? How can you keep the downloaded Spotify songs forever? We are going to give you the best answer and solution in this article.
After the free trial period, you will automatically be charged the monthly price of the Spotify Premium plan you chose and the payment method you provided will automatically be charged that amount unless you cancel the subscription beforehand.
If you continue the service, you can enjoy all the features as usual; but if you cancel the subscription, you’ll be back to the free plan as soon as the subscription expires. In other words, you’ll lose access to all the features restricted to premium users, including the songs you downloaded during your free trial.
Even though you are a Spotify Premium subscriber, you don’t own any songs. What Spotify Premium offers is much like a rental service. The Spotify songs you downloaded for offline listening are not saved as local files on your computer. You should continuously pay the service to make the downloaded Spotify songs available for offline listening all the time. In a nutshell, you can’t keep playing the downloaded Spotify songs offline after cancelling the subscription, unless you find a way to download music from Spotify to your local computer within the free trial.
Sidify is a popular music downloader to save Spotify songs, albums and playlists as MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF or ALAC files on your local drive. It works for both Spotify free and premium accounts. The major difference between Spotify free and premium users using Sidify is that Spotify Premium subscribers can get output audios in higher quality.
Key Features of Sidify Music Converter
Sidify Music Converter
If you need to get audios in high quality, it’s advised to use Sidify within your free trial period. If your free trial comes to an end, we suggest you subscribe to Spotify Premium for one more month, as you can only get Spotify songs downloaded to your computer in normal audio quality with a Spotify Free account.
Next we are going to show you how to use Sidify to keep Spotify songs forever step by step.
Step 1Choose Conversion Mode
Launch Sidify Music Converter, and you'll need to choose one conversion mode to start: Spotify App or Spotify Webplayer. (>> App Mode vs Webplayer Mode)
Select the Spotify app mode to access the modern interface of Sidify:
Step 2Add Spotify Music to Sidify.
Drag and drop songs, an album or a playlist from Spotify to Sidify. Or you can click the "Add" button on the interface and copy & paste the URL of your Spotify music to the program. Then click the "Add" button to import them to Sidify.
Step 3Choose Output Format and Customize Output Path.
Click the "Settings" icon on the left panel. Here you can choose the output format (MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, and ALAC), output quality, output folder, how you'd like the output files to be organized, etc.
Step 4Download Spotify Music to Computer.
Click the "Convert" button to start exporting Spotify songs to your local computer.
Tip: The conversion process can operate at a speed of up to 10 times faster than usual. However, if the playlist contains a large number of songs, the duration of the process will increase accordingly.
Step 5Find the Downloaded Spotify Songs on Local Drive
When the conversion is done, click the "Converted" tab on the left column and you can see all the songs that have been successfully downloaded to your computer. Since you've got Spotify songs on your local drive, you can keep playing them even if your free trial comes to an end or you cancel the subscription afterward.
Spotify is one of the best music streaming services in the world. You can sign up as a free member or upgrade to become a premium subscriber. By paying the service, you can get extra features.
It offers a one-month free trial for new members who haven’t tried premium before. During the trial, you can enjoy all the features that are limited to paid users. For example, you can listen to Spotify songs offline within your trial period.
Once your free trial comes to an end, you won’t be able to access Spotify songs offline again, including the ones that you’ve downloaded previously.
To keep playing the Spotify downloads after the free trial, you should use Sidify to download them to your local computer. It’s advised to use Sidify within your free trial period, as you can get output audios in higher quality.
Sidify strictly complies with the US copyright regulations. We adopt a leading technology to record the unencrypted audio data which is outputted to the system sound device, with the highest quality.
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