If you're a YouTube Music Premium member, you can enjoy music offline by downloading your favorite songs and videos to your mobile device. You'll need to reconnect to the internet at least once every 30 days to maintain your downloads.

Search for an album title. Type in the name of the album that you want to download, then tap Search, Go, Enter, or whatever your Android keyboard's 'Enter' option is. This will search the Google Play Store for your album. Alternatively, you can enter the name of an artist or a genre if you want to broaden the search. When you click the links, on the top right it should say Download, with a. Click that and there should be another option that says ‘Save to my Dropbox’, like so: That will save it into your own account, and then will download automatically to your machine. Community Moderator @ Dropbox. Windows 10 How To tutorialsWindows 10 How To Search and Find all your Music Files such as.mp3,.wav, etc.Windows 7 How to Search and Find all your Music Fil.

There are two ways to download music to listen to offline:

  • Turn on smart downloads. The app will automatically download for you based on your previous listening history - no action required for you!
  • Choose specific playlists, songs, or albums to download.

Learn more about YouTube Music Premium and how to start your free trial.

Turn on smart downloads

To make sure you always have music available–even on the go–turn on smart downloads on your mobile device:
  1. Open the YouTube Music app.
  2. Tap your profile photo.
  3. Tap Downloads .
  4. Tap Settings .
  5. Turn on 'Smart downloads.'

Once smart downloads are turned on, music will be automatically downloaded for you based on your listening history. You can view, pause, or delete your watch history to improve your recommendations and which music gets downloaded for you.


If you don't like a specific playlist or album in your downloads, you can also remove it by tapping Menu and then “Remove download '. When you remove a playlist or album, it won’t re-download to your smart downloads, but you may see it elsewhere in the YouTube Music app.

The music selection is refreshed every night when you're connected to Wi-Fi. It can also update on unrestricted mobile data, depending on your download settings. You must also have more than 40 percent battery charge. Music that is downloaded can be played for up to 30 days after you've disconnected from the internet. Note that when you reconnect to the internet, some content may no longer be available due to content changes or restrictions made by the video creator.

Download playlists and albums

Anywhere you see a playlist or album within the YouTube Music app, tap Menu and select Download. You can also click the download arrow on the album or playlist details page.

Download songs

You can download individual songs from the watch page, by tapping on the cover art of any song and then tapping Download or by tapping Menu and then tapping Download .

Download storage space

The number of songs you can download depends on how much free space is available on your device. It's also impacted by the length and quality of the audio or video files that you wish to save.

You can limit the number of songs for your smart downloads and choose between audio or video downloading by tapping your profile photo Settings Offline settings.

Choose which connection types to use for downloads

You can choose which types of connection should be used to download songs in the YouTube Music app. For example, you can specify that songs should only be downloaded on Wi-Fi.

Some mobile network carriers give access to unrestricted mobile data, which is data that does not count towards any quotas or limits. If you’re using one of those carriers, you may see an option to download on “Wi-Fi and unrestricted mobile data.” Selecting this option will allow songs to be downloaded when your device has a Wi-Fi connection. You can also download on an unrestricted mobile data connection with this option.

Unrestricted mobile data is only available on Android version R or newer. It’s limited to participating mobile carriers, where access may be limited to 5G.

Note: This is currently available on Verizon and AT&T in the United States, and KDDI in Japan.

To change your settings:

  1. Open the YouTube Music app.
  2. Tap your profile photo.
  3. Tap Settings .
  4. Select which connection type to allow downloads on.
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How can I download all songs from my Amazon Cloud Drive?

The web interface doesn't provide a Select All feature, and there isn't an Amazon Cloud API like the S3 API. There is the Amazon MP3 Downloader, but that only downloads songs that you select from the web interface.

I've been thinking about using a mouse-clicking script (Automator or Python on OSX), but just wanted to check if anyone else determined a solution before I get to work.

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You can install Amazon Cloud Player for PC and download your songs from it.


The easiest method was to use Gladinet to mount my Amazon Cloud Drive in Windows, which allowed me to Ctrl-A and drag-and-drop from File Explorer. The starter edition (free) of Gladinet limits you to '1000 items per task' (I think that means copying 1000 items at a time).


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While this is a bit of a dated question, Amazon now has a Cloud Drive App that allows you to select your entire music folder from the Cloud Drive (NOT the Cloud Player) view. You access it similarly to the Cloud PLayer - from the drop down menu at the upper right of the amazon.com page. I haven't seen this functionality advertised anywhere, but it works pretty well. Be patient while it sets things up!

Dav ClarkDav Clark

Unfortunately, it looks like you're stuck with the Amazon MP3 Downloader. Currently it only supports the downloading of 500 songs at a time and there is no direct Amazon API, so your best bet is probably to create a script. Hope your script works out!

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I tried everything to download my 4000 songs, and this is the only method that worked:

  1. Open Amazon Music application

  2. Change preferences to use one download thread

  3. Choose Cloud view

  4. Choose Artists view

  5. Select one artist square

  6. Press Ctrl+A

  7. Right-click and choose Download

After it completed, I had one song unable to download. I just had to redownload that one song.

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I used the JSShell extension to run some checkbox-clicking javascript>

I needed to scroll down manually, and run it a few times, in order to get all the checkboxes checked.


Actually I was able to select everything in the Cloud MP3 app by just using Ctrl-A Then dragging everything over to the 'download' space.

Of course this just dumps it in the default windows 'Music' folder, but I can move it from there.

Skip HuffmanSkip Huffman

To download all music via Amazon Music Player:

  1. Open Amazon Music Player
  2. Click 'Your Library'
  3. Click the cloud icon on the left
  4. Click 'Songs'
  5. Press CTRL+A
  6. Right click on the selected list
  7. Click 'Download'

A side note you can also set the maximum number of simultaneous downloads in the settings. For large libraries being restored over large down stream connections, setting this to the max (6) is preferable.

  1. Open Amazon Music Player
  2. Click the hamburger icon on the top left
  3. Choose Preferences
  4. Click 'advanced' at the top
  5. Change 'Simultaneous Downloads' to whatever makes sense

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The settings also let you choose an alternate location to download to. To see where this is and/or change it:

  1. Open Amazon Music Player
  2. Click the hamburger icon on the top left
  3. Choose Preferences, you should be on the 'general' tab
  4. Under 'Manage downloads:' there is a folder path next to 'All downlaods are stored here: '
  5. If you want to change it click 'change...' and select a new destination
Andrew MartinezAndrew Martinez

In the distant future (year 2020), using Firefox, selecting the song at the top of the list, scrolling down, and then SHIFT-click on the checkbox to select the song at the bottom of the list selects all, up to a maximum of 500 at a time. However, you can only actually download less than that (I did 200 at a time)--it will look like it works, but then you receive a blank dialog and no download.

I recommend working in a playlist so the songs are numbered and you can easily select 200 at a time.


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