Even though Spotify‘s catalog of music features over 30 million songs, there are still some tracks the service won’t have. Since the streaming service has to license music, some musicians aren’t available, like The Beatles. You may not have known, but you can add music files stored on your device to the Spotify app on Android or iOS so you can listen to them whenever you want.
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Add MP3s to a Spotify playlist
On your desktop, find the music that you want to add to Spotify. Open the app and drag the files to create a new playlist. Name the playlist something easily recognizable so you can locate it on the mobile app.
Log into the app on your device
Make sure that the device with Spotify is on the same wireless network as your computer. Spotify will sync the playlists from your computer to the app. The playlist should appear, but the songs won’t be imported to the device unless you enable the Available Offline option. This will download these songs into the Spotify app so these songs can play through the app regardless if you have a data connection.
Wait for sync to complete
Once you enable the Available Offline option, Spotify will begin downloading the songs. Depending on how many songs you added to the playlist, it could take a while for all the tracks to get added. Just be patient and soon you’ll be able to listen to songs not available though Spotify.