Install Spotify Easily via Snap in Ubuntu 16.04, 17.10 & Higher

Installing Spotify desktop client in Ubuntu now is quite easy via the Snap universal binary package. A snap is an universal Linux application with all its dependencies bundled. It runs in sandbox and is isolated from other system software. Spotify has an official apt repository contains traditional .deb packages for Ubuntu. Now the snap of… Continue reading Install Spotify Easily via Snap in Ubuntu 16.04, 17.10 & Higher

Spotify Client 1.x Goes Stable, How to Install it in Ubuntu

Linux Spotify client 1.x finally goes stable! The stable Linux repository added support for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, and Ubuntu 15.10. Due to lack of developers working on the Linux client, Spotify 1.x takes 9 months of development to be made into stable repository, In June 2015 we released version 1.x of the client for Linux… Continue reading Spotify Client 1.x Goes Stable, How to Install it in Ubuntu

How to Install Spotify Client in Ubuntu 15.10

Last updated on March 10th, 2016 Quick tutorial shows you how to install Spotify client, stable or development version, in Ubuntu 15.10 and fix the app does not launch issue. The spotify community provides an official repository for Linux to make the installation easy. Both stable and latest dev releases are available. 1. Open terminal… Continue reading How to Install Spotify Client in Ubuntu 15.10

How to Install Spotify Client 1.x (Beta) in Ubuntu

The beta version of the next major 1.x release of Spotify client for Linux has been announced a few hours ago, available for test in its testing repository. According to the announcement, the 1.x client brings below changes to Linux users: Various text/mouse input bugs in current stable release (e.g. client doesn’t give up mouse… Continue reading How to Install Spotify Client 1.x (Beta) in Ubuntu

Sconsify: Spotify Client for Terminal/Command Console

Sconsify is a new unofficial spotify client runs in Mac and Linux terminal / command line console. It provides both console UI mode which presents a text user interface with playlists and tracks, and no UI mode which doesn’t present user interface and just suffle tracks. Now the app is at a very early stage.… Continue reading Sconsify: Spotify Client for Terminal/Command Console