"I have an iPod that I use in my car to listen my music. Is it possible to download Spotify songs to MP3 or some other format and then transfer them to an iPod on which I would not have a live internet connection? How would I do this?" The answer is yes.
To accessing Spotify content through the Spotify app on iPod, you need 5th generation iPod Touch or above with iOS 9 or above and 100 MB free space. If your iPod doesn't meet these requirements, you can't download and install Spotify app. But you can still enjoy Spotify music in other ways, such as download the Spotify songs as MP3 on Mac and then sync to your iPod.
Step 1 Run Boilsoft Spotify Music Converter
Download, install and run Boilsoft Spotify Music Converter on your Mac. The interface is shown as below:
Step 2 Add Spotify songs, albums, playlists or artists
You can now drag and drop songs, albums, playlists or artists to the interface directly from Spotify App on your Mac. Just head to any playlist, album, or artist page and drag&drop the cover to Boilsoft Spotify Music Converter interface. If you are using Spotify web player, click Add Files icon and copy&paste the link of the song, album, playlist or artist to the bottom input area. Boilsoft Spotify Music Converter will automatically load all songs contained in the album or playlist.
Click Add and you will see all songs on the interface.
Step 3 Choose output format
The default format is MP3, if you want to download Spotify music as MP3, just move to the next stop. If you want to save Spotify music as other formats(M4A, WAV or FLAC), click Option button. You can also set music quality by changing bitrate and samplerate.
Step 4 Start to download Spotify music
Click Convert icon to start downloading Spotify music to the format you choose. After downloading, you will get the drm-free music in plain formats and sync them your iPod.