Mighty Makes Spotify Available Offline and Very Portable Dylan Duarte February 23, 2016 News As someone who always finds himself living a good distance from bigger cities, I’ve never had the luxury of blazingly fast, super-reliable Internet. I play videogames online and of course I stream content, but if there’s an offline option for whatever I’m doing, I’ll usually take it. I can’t be the only person in this situation, which is why Mighty is a good idea. Mighty is a standalone device that can store up to 48 hours of music from your Spotify account and play it offline.It syncs up to your phone wirelessly, gathers the music you tell it to, and then you’re free to leave your phone at home. As a bonus, you can enjoy your music without having to worry about spotty Internet. The deviceonly measures 1.5-square inches, weighs 0.6 ounces, and can clip onto your clothing. I imagine it’s ideal for going for a run, because you don’t have to worry about your fragile smartphone bouncing out of your pocket. Sometimes you just want to disconnect anyway, and this would be a good way to do it. Mighty seems to be part of a movement that’s going against the trend of always being plugged into the Internet. I love the Internet, and it’s only a slight exaggerationto say that I couldn’t live without it, but of course I understand the need to sometimes shut it off and walk away. You shouldn’t have to leave your music behind, too. Mighty Audio is currently asking for $250,000 on Kickstarter and as of this writing they’re just shy of $30K with 29 days left to go. The $70 early bird Mightys are already gone, but you can still grab one for $75. Share This With The World!