Spotify is slowly becoming the world's most popular source for all that is online high-quality music streaming services, but it has a set of limitations hidden behind a subscription paywall.
Probably the most critical feature non-Premium Spotify users would love to have is the ability to download the music off of Spotify, since it is the place where they will surely find it in the highest quality.
Alas, that feature is not possible unless you pay, or use other third-party software tools, such as TunePat Spotify Converter.
Recently, software tools that allow music conversion and download off of Spotify have started to appear like mushrooms after an autumn rain, and TunePat Spotify Converter is no different.
It has a visual style similar to Spotify, except for the color scheme, so users of the base program will have no problem figuring out how this one works, and you can even log in with your official Spotify account through it.
To start downloading music off of your Spotify playlists, you just have to start listening to some music or create a playlist, then press the "Convert" button at the bottom of the page.
You will then get a preview of the list of songs that you can download, and all you need to do is select which to download, where to save them and in what format.
After a brief period which can last more or less depending on the length of the songs, the format you want them in and your Internet connection, you'll get a confirmation message stating how many successful and unsuccessful song conversions took place.
TunePat Spotify Converter offers you the chance to have all of your favorite songs in your possession, available even when your Internet connection is down, something which Spotify does not. This makes it a great tool to have if you're a fan of good music, but not a fan of Spotify's subscription plan.