Spotify Web Player Not Working at All If the web player is refusing to load at all, the first thing you should do is clear the cookies in your browser. This varies slightly from browser to browser, but it should be under Settings, then Privacy or History. Clear the cookies, restart your browser, and see if it works.
Open the Spotify web player in a Private Window. If an extension is interfering with the web player, try disabling one by one to see which one is causing the issue. Clear your browser's cache and cookies. ... If the player is launching fine but doesn't play music tracks, then you should clear the DNS cache on your system.
Enter the following into your browser address bar: chrome://settings/content. Under Protected content, make sure Allow site to play protected content is enabled.
Enable the web player
Use a different browser
As most of us will have a couple of browsers installed on our devices, using another shouldn't be too much of an issue. Swap browsers and retry Spotify web player. If you use Chrome, try Firefox or Brave. If you use something else, try Chrome or Edge.
Spotify's Web Player works in Google Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Opera. The only notable absence is Safari. To use it in one of the other browsers, head to play.Spotify.com and sign in. If you don't already have a Spotify account, you can sign up for free; the free plan has never been better.
If you don't remember your password, use password reset. If you don't remember your email/username, go to password reset and enter possible email addresses you own. When you enter the right one, you'll get the message that the password reset email was sent.
Here are some common fixes for any issues with the app: Restart the Spotify app. ... Reinstall the app. Check @SpotifyStatus for any ongoing issues.