Spotify is one of the most important companies in the world. With its appearance, the way we listen to music has been positively affected. This platform, in addition to being special for listening to music, is also designed for each user to create a unique space within their profile where they can share their tastes.
Regardless of whether you have a free or collection account, it is possible that during its use you have experienced some errors or problems at a technical level.
There may be multiple reasons why Spotify may experience some malfunctions. These can be based on various problems, such as closing the application only, connection problems, stopping the platform when locking the screen, even security problems with the account or the cache.
However, all this is quite common and we can solve it easily, as we will explain in this guide.
Why does Spotify music play stop?
Here we will list the most common reasons, why the Spotify player may be experiencing some technical problems and that with it, the automatic playback of music within Spotify stops. The problems may be the following:
- Within the “play queue” function, it has reached the end and thus the automatic play function has not been enabled. This is an error that can be easily solved by accessing our account settings or preferences.
- Another quite common error is that the playback of the queue within Spotify playback has resumed within another mobile device, which is why it is quite common for songs to stop since Spotify does not support their services to be played on more than one device with the same account.
- Your device does not have an Internet connection.
- Another common problem is your account or payment has expired.
Are there any hang-ups when playing your music within Spotify? Try the following settings
If we have already reviewed our settings and preference, but nevertheless, we still have different problems within our reproduction; it is possible that the problem we have is within our own application.
However, as clients of the application, it is not possible to make many changes, but nevertheless, we can make some simple changes or adjustments; with which we can improve the fluency of the reproduction and with improve our experience with it.
Among the adjustments that we can make when we are “Premium” users is to reduce the quality of said reproduction. This is because being Spotify Premium users we have the possibility of listening to music which has a higher quality and with it a high definition; This guarantees us the best quality, but it also consumes much more of our band.
If the network to which we are connected is one that is slow or with failures, it is quite common that we find problems when it comes to playing this music within our devices.
To solve this, we just have to open “Customer Preferences” within the Spotify platform on our computer or mobile and once there; proceed to reduce the quality of the music, simply by unchecking the “High quality streaming” box.
Another option that we can take into account to be able to solve various problems with the player is to move the Spotify cache; to a directory that has a larger space in this way the application will not have any problem with the temporary files of the application itself.
Spotify is an excellent tool with wonderful tools that allows its users a safe and comfortable platform; which can be adapted to all your needs and requirements regardless of the way they use it.