What are Spotify Codes and how to use them?

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December 12, 2023

Spotify Codes are scannable barcodes that allow users to quickly share songs, albums, playlists, and profiles on Spotify. Each song, album, playlist, or profile on Spotify has a unique Spotify Code associated with it. By scanning the code using the camera feature in the Spotify app, or by uploading a screenshot of the code, users can instantly access the content associated with that code.

Spotify Codes are a convenient way to share music with friends, discover new music, and promote artists. They can be shared on social media, printed on promotional materials, or even tattooed, making it easy for others to scan and listen to the desired content directly on Spotify.

Overall, Spotify Codes provide a simple and interactive way for users to share and access music on the Spotify platform.

How to get a Spotify code for what you’d like to share?

  1. Visit https://spotifycodes.com in your browser.
  2. Copy and paste the link of the song, album or playlist you want to share.

3. Click GET SPOTIFY CODE. Customize the code as you like on the right side.

4. Click DOWNLOAD to save the code.

How to Scan a Spotify Code?

  1. Tap Search Search on your mobile and tablet. 
  2. Tap the camera Camera.
  3. Tap SCAN.
  4. Point your camera at a Spotify Code.

How to copy embed code?

  1. Right-click on song/album/playlist you want to share or select 3 dots horizontal next to it.
  2. Choose Share. Then Choose Embed playlist, album or track, according to what you choose.
  3. On the pop up window, customize color or size, then click Show code.
  4. Click COPY to copy the code to clipboard and paste to anywhere you want.

How to download Collaborative Playlist without Spotify premium?

It’s worth noting that Spotify’s offline playback feature is exclusively available to Spotify Premium users. Free users do not have the ability to download songs from Collaborative Playlists or any other playlists for offline listening. Luckily with Pazu Spotify Converter it’s not a problem.

Pazu Spotify Converter is specially designed for you to download Spotify music to MP3, M4A, WAV, FLAC, AAC, and AIFF with either a free or premium account on Mac/Windows. Featuring a built-in Spotify web player, it allows you to download Spotify songs, albums and playlists even without Spotify app. With the adoption of advanced encryption technology, it’s able to keep all the converted audio files with 100% lossless audio quality and the original ID3 tags and metadata information. For more details, you can check them below.

Key features of Pazu Spotify Converter:

  • Download Spotify songs without Premium.
  • Convert Spotify to MP3/M4A/AAC/FLAC/WAV/AIFF.
  • Best possible quality song download without any type of loss.
  • Keeps all the original ID3 tags: title, artist, artwork, etc.
  • No Requirement for the Spotify app.
  • Multilingual interface: English, Deutsch, Español, Français, 日本語, 简体中文.
  • Archive downloaded songs by album or artist.

1. Run Pazu Spotify Converter

Download, install and run Pazu Spotify Converter on your Mac or Windows. Log in your Spotify account with the built-in web player.

convert Spotify to MP3

2. Choose output format

Click the ” Options ” button on the top right corner. Here you can select output format (MP3/M4A/AAC/FLAC/WAV/AIFF), output quality, customize the output path, organize the output files in various ways, rename output files and more.

Spotify converter settings

3. Select Spotify songs, albums or playlists

Select the blend playlist you want to download and click the red “Add to list” button.

Spotify Blend

Spotify Converter will detect and display all songs. Uncheck the songs you don’t want to download if there are any.

convert Spotify to MP3

4. Convert Spotify Songs

Click the Convert button to start downloading Spotify songs in MP3 format.

convert Spotify to MP3

Once the conversion is done, click the folder icon to find the downloaded mp3 songs. You can then play them with your favorite MP3-supported music player.

Note: The free trial version of Pazu Spotify Converter enables you to convert the first three minutes of each song. You can remove the trial limitation by purchasing the full version.