While there is no device cap on Spotify subscribers, it is good practice to log out of devices you no longer use. If you no longer have access to a device that you are signed in to, you can sign out of all devices at once through the account settings page.
Note: It is only possible to log out of all devices on Spotify at the same time via your web browser. You cannot use the desktop client on Windows or Mac, or the mobile app on Android, iPhone or iPad.
To get started, open the Spotify website in your browser of choice. If you are already signed in, click Profile> Account on the Spotify front page to open the settings page for your account.
If you are not already signed in, please select the “Sign in” option in the top right corner before continuing.
Signing up from the front page will redirect you to the Spotify web player. To access the settings section from there, select your account name in the top right corner, then select the “Account” option from the drop-down menu.
Both methods will take you to the settings area of your Spotify account, where you can change certain settings such as your email address or subscription.
However, if you want to sign out from all devices, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click the “Sign Out Everywhere” button under the “Sign Out Everywhere” category.
Once you select this button, you will be logged out of your Spotify account in your web browser. Almost all other devices used for Spotify should also automatically log out at this point. You will also need to log in again on any devices you want to continue using at this stage.
However, if you are using certain stand-alone devices, you may need to remove them manually. As the Spotify website suggests, this includes (but is not limited to) Sonos speakers and PlayStation devices as this requires you to associate your account with another device or ID first.