A new, third-party app brings the popular music-streaming service Spotify to Ubuntu for Phones.
Spotify fan Kurko has tweaked a few of the artwork assets used by the application toolbar so that it better matches the rest of the Ubuntu desktop.
A new icon, faster load-up times, and fixes for a recent spate of playback problems - yes, it's a new release of Spotify for Linux Preview.
Spotify are giving Linux users a taste of new features first with their latest Spotify for Linux Preview release. But before you get too excited these features aren't anything particularly game-changing - that is unless you're an avid Spotify user...
Spotify have launched a new web-based player for streaming music from their library. Although in beta the web-player puts 18 million tracks at your fingertips regardless of your platform or device.
Spotify have changed the key used to authenticate their Linux repository - meaning you will need to update it inorder to continue getting updates. Read on for the one command you need to fix it.
A minor update to the Spotify Preview for Linux client is available to download. A handful of new features are present in the release, which was originally intended to appear at the same time as the Windows and Mac builds. Sadly, a last-minute build error pushed this back a few days - but kudos for the intention, right?
Music streaming service Spotify has launched in Germany. The service was previously only available in 9 countries, including France and the UK, but with Germany being the third largest music market in the world the launch is sure to be a popular one. But why not launch sooner?
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.
Ever since Spotify for Linux gained Apps support its stability has taken a noticeable nosedive. Thankfully Benjamin Kerensa (yes, of 'FOSS Yeah' fame) has put together a short script that tempers the buggy attitude caused, says Kerensa, by 'unwanted data being left in cache or config temps'.
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 […]
The Linux client for Spotify has been updated.