YouTube Music now lets you download tracks on its web app for PC users: all the details

YouTube Music has launched a new feature that makes offline listening more accessible. Previously, the streaming platform allowed users to download music while offline through mobile apps (on both Android and iPhone). But now it has introduced this feature for its desktop app counterpart. According to 9to5Google, desktop web users can now download their favorite music and playlists and listen to them even when there is no Internet connection. Users can also download and save entire playlists for convenient internet-free listening.

Reportedly, YouTube has been testing this feature on desktop with some users for a while now. The report adds that it seems the feature has now achieved wide availability, and YouTube Music is expected to roll out offline listening to all users in the coming days.

Users who are part of the testing phase have reportedly been notified with a message next to their Library tab that reads, “New! Download music for offline listening.” If you have also received such a message, then you can also download your favorite songs for offline listening on the desktop app of YouTube Music.

It’s important to note that offline downloads of YouTube Music on the desktop web app will count toward YouTube Music’s 10-device download limit. Additionally, offline downloads will expire if desktop users do not connect their device to the Internet at least once every 30 days, just like the mobile app.

How to download songs in YouTube Music desktop app

Follow the step-by-step guide below to save music on YouTube Music website without any internet:

– Open the YouTube Music web app on your desktop.

– Then, go to an album or single’s page.

– Find the “Save to Library” and Download button available among the three-dot dropdown menu options.

– Now, click on the Download option to save the album or single on your desktop.

Similar to the YouTube Music mobile app, all songs you download from the web will appear on the “Downloads” tab within the user’s library. The web app will also have convenient filters that will allow users to sort by albums, playlists, podcasts. , or songs. This feature is compatible with Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Opera browsers.

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