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How to loop a song on Spotify?

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Spotify is one of the most used music streaming platforms. It has a vast collection of songs from different genres and eras. Just like most music streaming apps, Spotify also has the feature to play a song or a playlist on a loop. This means you can keep listening to your favourite song over and over again without touching your screen, but if you have a free version, then those ads might interfere.

In this article, we have discussed how to loop a song on Spotify mobile app and the desktop in a few simple steps.

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How to loop a song on Spotify mobile app?

If you use Spotify on your mobile phone and want to listen to a song on a loop, follow the steps below.

  • Open Spotify on your phone and play the song that you want on a loop, if it is minimised, then put it on the full screen by tapping on the playing song.
  • Tap on the Repeat (an arrow trying to connect with its tail) button, which is located beside the next song button.
  • It will turn green with a single dot below it which means the current playlist will play on a loop. Now, tap on it once again.
  • Number 1 will appear in the middle of that arrow and cut it, which means now the current song you are listening to will keep playing on the loop.

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How to loop a song on Spotify web?

If you use the Spotify web or Spotify desktop app, the location for the repeat button is the same. To play a song on a loop on Spotify web, follow the steps below.

Step 1: Open Spotify on the browser you use on your PC and then click on the Repeat button twice, which is located beside the Next button in the bottom playback bar.

Step 2: A numeric one will appear on the Repeat button, meaning your song will start playing on a loop.

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