Spotify is one of the best music streaming services out there. While it is mostly being used on iPhone and Android devices, Spotify has a web player which does not require you to download the program itself.

In this tutorial, we are going to be showing you to access Spotify’s web player on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge and any other browser out there.

How to access and use Spotify web player: Step-by-step

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The process is obviously pretty seamless.

  1. Visit open.Spotify.com
  2. Log in to your Spotify account
  3. Boom. You can now listen to your favorite Spotify playlist without having to download theMac or PC program

Spotify Web’s user interface is pretty similar to the desktop app. It goes without saying that the web version lacks a few of the features and conveniences that are available on the app.

That includes, as a free subscriber not being able to stream at 160kbps but at just 128kbps. Similarly, as a premium subscriber, you don’t have access to 320kbps stream, and instead, you get a moderate 256kbps.

In addition to the above, as far as premium users are concerned, offline downloading is not available via the web player.

So as you may have figured out Spotify’s web player is an accommodating solution for users who don’t use Spotify on their computer quite often. And when they do, they simply wantto listen to or modify their playlists.

If you encounter any problems while trying out the above or have a recommendation to make, feel free to shoot a comment down below.

Filed in Audio >Computers. Read more about Music Streaming and Spotify.

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