Spotify offers both an ad-supported free version and a premium subscription (US$9.99 monthly) with unlimited streaming of its 70 million-plus songs. However, audiences on Spotify Free accounts will run into trouble if they’re not connected to the Internet. They can’t download/save songs to a local computer or play it on their music player, not to mention saving Spotify music to an SD card. With Spotify Premium, although Spotify allows you to sync songs to a recognized SD card, for some reason it downloads to the Internal Storage instead of an external SD card.
How to stop the above annoying things to save Spotify music to the external SD card for listening to music in smartphones or on your car stereo? You're lucky. Sidify Music Converter will certainly help you achieve that.
Launch the Sidify program and Spotify will be opened automatically. Then click on "" icon for importing Spotify music.
Drag & drop a song link or Playlist link from Spotify to Sidify Music Converter.
Once added the music successfully, you can click setting button to change the basic parameters (Including Output format, Output quality and Conversion Mode, etc.). Here you can choose format as MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF or ALAC and adjust output quality up to 320 kbps.
Click "Convert" button to download Spotify music to plain format without loss of any quality.
After conversion, you can click on the "Converted" button to easily find the downloaded MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV/AIFF/ALAC file in the top right corner. Now, all of Spotify music are downloaded into a plain format file and you can transfer your favorite Spotify music into an SD card.