Play Spotify from the command line on Linux using this easy-to-install CLI app. Search, stream, and manage queues and playlists all from a terminal.
Spotify Web Player for Linux has been discontinued, with the developer of the unofficial Spotify app citing changes to the music streaming service's backend.
One of my favourite bands has just released a new album, which means I now have 11 new songs to learn the words to before I go see them play next! Older versions of the official […]
Spotify removed the lyrics function from it’s mobile and desktops apps back in the summer, after a deal with lyrics database Musixmatch hit a bum note and ended. The streaming service says it is making ‘big improvements’ to its lyrics […]
A new version of Spotify Web Player for Linux, a desktop app that integrates the web-based version of the music streaming site with your Linux desktop, is available to download.
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.
A new experimental version of Spotify for Linux Preview is available to download. This minor update brings the client upto parity with the Windows and Mac clients, as well as fixing a number of bugs and crashes.
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 […]