Last week, Spotify revamped its desktop and web apps to work more like the mobile versions, making the music streaming service easier to use across platforms. In addition to the fresh look, Spotify now offers more control for desktop and web users, namely easier playlist creation with the ability to drag and drop tracks. Desktop and web users can also now write playlist descriptions and add cover images, the same way you’d do on mobile.

Perhaps one of the biggest updates arrives for premium members — the ability to download tracks to a computer with its desktop app. This was already available for the mobile app, but now laptop and desktop users can also enjoy downloaded music while offline.

In case you didn’t know this could be done on mobile, it’s easy. Build a new playlist by going to your Library tab and tapping Create Playlist. Name your playlist and start adding songs. No matter if you’ve got just one song or a dozen, just toggle Download in the mobile app. A little green arrow will appear next to each song.

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