Spotify on Linux Beta with Apps

As previously announced Spotify on Linux now supports free accounts but the current stable release of the Linux client does not yet offer the newer features such as Spotify Apps.

Spotify recently released a beta version of their popular client that allows Linux Users to get their hands on all the latest improvements and the fancy ‘Spotify Apps’.  So far testing of the beta has gone smoothly for me on Ubuntu 12.04 with all the apps working nicely and I have noticed a slight improvement in the application’s performance.

If you’re a music fan and Linux user I highly suggest checking out Spotify and if you like it and want to support a company that has decided to invest in a Linux Client then you have the option of upgrading much like I have.

The i386 deb file is available here and amd64 is here.

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