Spotify Downloader API

Spotify Downloader API

The Spotify Downloader API allows users to download tracks from Spotify, as well as retrieve metadata about them. With this API, users can easily access and save their favorite music from Spotify, making it a useful tool for music enthusiasts who want to build their personal music collection.

About the API: 

The Spotify Downloader API is a powerful tool for music enthusiasts who want to download and save their favorite tracks from Spotify. With this API, users can easily access and save their favorite music from Spotify, making it a useful tool for anyone who wants to build a personal music collection.

One of the key features of the Spotify Downloader API is its ability to retrieve metadata about tracks from Spotify.

The Spotify Downloader API is built using modern web technologies and is designed to be easy to integrate into existing applications. Developers can use the API to build custom music applications or integrate Spotify data into existing applications. The API is well-documented and comes with comprehensive developer resources, including sample code and SDKs for popular programming languages.   

What are the most common uses cases of this API?

  1. Personal Music Collection: The Spotify Downloader API can be used by music enthusiasts to build a personalized music collection. Users can download their favorite tracks, playlists, and albums from Spotify and save them to their local devices for offline listening. With the API's metadata retrieval feature, users can organize their music collection by genre, artist, or album.

  2. Music Analysis and Research: The Spotify Downloader API can be used by researchers and music analysts to analyze and study music trends. The API can be used to retrieve metadata about tracks, playlists, and albums from Spotify, which can be used to study patterns and trends in music listening and purchasing habits.

  3. Music Discovery: The Spotify Downloader API can be used to discover new music based on user preferences. Users can search for tracks, playlists, and albums from Spotify and discover new artists and genres that they may not have otherwise discovered.

  4. DJ Software: The Spotify Downloader API can be used by DJs to access and download tracks from Spotify for use in their live sets. With the API's metadata retrieval feature, DJs can organize their music by tempo, key, and other attributes to help them create more engaging and dynamic sets.

  5. Podcasts and Radio Shows: The Spotify Downloader API can be used by podcasters and radio show hosts to download tracks from Spotify for use in their shows. With the API's offline listening capabilities, hosts can download tracks and playlists for use during live broadcasts or when recording their shows.


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API Documentation


Download a song by Spotify's song ID.

NOTE: This endpoint does not support Podcasts.



Download - Endpoint Features
Object Description
ids [Required] Track IDs (you can use commas)
Test Endpoint


                                                                                                                                                                                                                            {"success":true,"metadata":{"id":"7hZdhQIgo53RnO3I0Hpct5","artists":"Young Igi, Worek, Jvchu","title":"Aha Aha","cover":"","album":"Notatki z Marginesu"},"link":"","expiresAt":1677267368552}


curl --location --request GET '' --header 'Authorization: Bearer YOUR_API_KEY' 


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After signing up, every developer is assigned a personal API access key, a unique combination of letters and digits provided to access to our API endpoint. To authenticate with the Spotify Downloader API REST API, simply include your bearer token in the Authorization header.


Header Description
Authorization [Required] Should be Bearer access_key. See "Your API Access Key" above when you are subscribed.

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