A new version of the official Spotify desktop app rolled out last week. The update, which bumps the version number to v1.0.37, features just one notable Linux-specific fix: support for opening/playing albums, artists and tracks using […]
Harmony is a sleek desktop music player for Linux (and macOS & Windows) that can play your regular music files and online streaming services like Spotify and SoundCloud.
You don’t need to tell me. I know it already: you’re sick of hearing about Spotify on this site. But be a champ and suck it up, cos I’m back with another app, one that […]
Last week we mentioned — aka drooled over — Spotio, a Rdio-inspired light theme for the Spotify desktop app, was planning to add support for Linux. Today I’m happy to report that it does support Linux. I’m going […]
Like the Spotify Web player but miss desktop integration? Spotiweb is an electron-app that integrates the Spotify web player with the Unity desktop.
Spotio is a light skin for the Spotify desktop app that provides an aesthetically pleasing antidote to the Spotify app's default dark look.
The latest stable release of Spotify for Linux has a missing system tray icon. We show you how to add a Unity quicklist to control playback.
A new release of streaming music service Spotify's Linux desktop app is now available — but it comes loaded with bug fixes.
Spotify fans worried about buying an Ubuntu Phone next month can relax, as a standout third-party client is updated to fill the gap.
One of the world's most popular music streaming services has migrated almost 5000 of its servers to Ubuntu.
Spotify for Linux has been updated with the same flatter, darker design that the streaming service brought to its apps on other platforms last month.
A new, third-party app brings the popular music-streaming service Spotify to Ubuntu for Phones.