It seems that the list of little things that are wrong in Spotify take longer to solve instead of to be a short time, but recently there has been a slight improvement occurred in Spotify, where the app can now manage storage counter within its settings, and in the end there is the possibility now to delete the cache without removing the downloads offline.
Through the option to the new settings within the app, you can trust in that more formal method to remove the unwanted data, so instead of the settings for default application in Android itself, where there is a bar filled with the storage space used and downloads Spotify, cache, free storage, and if you compare the figures with the figures the application settings on Android, you’ll see some differences, so it might be Spotify calculates certain things differently.
Apart from that, clicking on the “Delete cache” to remove the redundant data, without deleting data downloads offline. Finally, this change is currently available on version app 188.8.131.520 available with APK, and you might find her in the application as a separate update from the server-side.
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