Online Tutorial of Macsome Spotify Downloader

Macsome Spotify Downloader lets you download Spotify songs, playlists, albums, podcasts, and podcasts without a Premium subscription. What's more, it is also used to convert Spotify music to MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, or ALAC format with high quality and ID3 tags. The following is a step-by-step online tutorial on how to use the Macsome Spotify Downloader on your PC. Additionally, it also provides some useful tools, including AA/AAX Converter, Format Converter, CD Burner, and Tag Editor, that can help you convert Spotify and local audio files, burn CDs, edit metadata information, and more.

This program supports free trial version, before your purchase, you can free download and take a try. The trial version has the limitation that it can only convert 1 minute for each file. In order to unlock this limitation, you'll need to purchase a license for registering on the trial version of Macsome program.

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Part 1: How to Register Macsome Spotify Downloader for Windows?

Launch Macsome Spotify Downloader on your PC. If this is the first time you use this program, you will see the startup page below:

startup page of Spotify Downloader

Macsome Spotify Downloader offers two download options, which let you either download music from the Spotify app or through the Spotify web player. You can change the download option by clicking on the download mode icon in the top left-hand corner. The registration process is the same for both download modes. Here we'll take the Spotify web player mode as an example.

Interface of Spotify App Download mode

Step 1: You can directly click "Register" in the lower left corner. Or click the button on the top-right user interface, and choose "Register" option in the drop-down list.

Macsome Spotify Downloader registration box

Step 2: Copy and paste the registration Email and Code into the registration popup dialog, then click "Register".

Register Spotify Downloader successfully

Please Note: The license information is case-sensitive. And, please do not add blank at the beginning or the end of the word.

Part 2: How to Download Spotify Music Without Premium by Using Macsome Spotify Downloader?

Step 1. Launch Macsome Spotify Downloader on Your PC

Download, install, and launch the latest version of Macsome Spotify Downloader on your computer.

startup page of Spotify Downloader

Step 2. Import Spotify Music and Playlists

Download from the Spotify App: If you focus more on the output quality, we'll be more likely to recommend you use the first option - download music from the Spotify App. It will allows you get the best 320kbps output quality with up to 10X faster speed. If you choose to convert songs from the Spotify App, you'll find the Spotify app opened at the same time.

On the Add Music tab, there are two methods to import music from the Spotify app to Macsome. You can directly drag and drop the playlist to the dotted bordered rectangle, or copy and paste the Spotify song or playlist link to the blue box.

Add Spotify Songs from the app

Download from the Spotify web player: If you pay attention to the speed, you could choose to download music from the Spotify web player. When you click on the second option, the Spotify web player will launch, sign in to your Spotify account.

Go to the Spotify web player, search for a playlist you want to download, and then click the "Click to add" button to parse this playlist.

Add Spotify Songs from the web player

No matter which download option you choose, when you import the playlist to Macsome, the program will parse the link, then all the tracks of this playlist will list on the panel.

Add Spotify Songs

Then check the songs you want to download and click the "Add" button.

Add Spotify Songs

Step 3. Choose Output Format or Other Parameters

Click on the download mode icon at the bottom left to choose the Output Format ( Auto / MP3 / AAC / FLAC / WAV / AIFF / ALAC), the conversion mode (Intelligent Mode, Spotify Record, Web Download, or YouTube Download), the Bit Rate (320kbps, 256kbps, 192kbps, 128kbps), and Sample Rate (44.1kHz, 48kHz, 96kHz, 192kHz).
You can also change the Output Folder and Output File Name. For better organizing your music library, you can save the output audio files into organized folder like Playlist, Artist, Album, Artist/Album, Album/Artist, Playlist/Album, or Playlist/Artist.

Set the output format

Step 4. Start to Download Music from Spotify

Click "Convert" button to start converting the Spotify songs to the output format you chosen.

Converting Spotify to MP3

After the conversion is completed, you can click "Converted" to find the well converted music. Select all the downloaded songs, then you can export the Spotify music to iTunes by one-click.

find the converted spotify music

Part 3: How to Use Tools of Macsome Spotify Downloader?

Macsome Spotify Downloader for Windows provides four useful tools, including AA/AAX Converter, Format Converter, CD Burner, and Tag Editor.


"AA/AAX Converter" can suppor downloading Audible audiobooks to MP3, M4A, and M4B without quality loss. This tool is only available for the registed users.

aax converter

Format Converter supports to convert the downloaded Spotify tracks and local music files to MP3, M4A, FLAC, WAV, OGG, or AIFF format.

format converter

With Tag Editor, you could edit the important meta information, such as track artwork, title, album, year, etc., by clicking the Tools tab, and then "Tag Editor".

Tag Editor

Macsome Spotify Downloader also offers a free CD Burner, which lets you burn Spotify music or other local music files to CDs directly. Tap the Tools tab, and select the "Burn CD". Click the "+Add" button to import the tracks from your computer, insert the CD, and rename the CD's name. Then hit the "Burn" button, the burning process will start.

burn to cd