Download Spotify For Ubuntu

Hello everyone, you can now download Spotify on Ubuntu, with that said, I hope you are all having a great week so far. My day has been pretty good so far. I am getting ready to go out with some friends at the local bar here for a couple of drinks then after that, I will come home and get back to work! I am still very busy trying to make sure the recent launch of our new sister sites, and are going smooth. Anyway, please read on…

Today we will highlight an awesome and very popular app that somehow rivals the likes of Soundcloud, Pandora radio, YouTube etc. To be honest, no web site as good as YouTube because you can find anything on YouTube, but that is just my bias lol. Let us find out what makes Spotify a must download music app for Ubuntu.

What Is Spotify?

Spotify gives you access to a world of free music, curated playlists, artists, and podcasts you love. Discover new music, podcasts and listen to your favorite artists, albums, or create a playlist with the latest songs to suit your mood.

There are millions of tracks on Spotify. So whether you’re working out, partying or relaxing, the right music is always at your fingertips. Choose what you want to listen to, or let Spotify surprise you. You can also browse through the music collections of friends, artists and celebrities, or create a radio station and just sit back.

Spotify Features:

  • Discover new music, albums, and podcasts
  • Search for your favorite song, artist, or podcast
  • Enjoy playlists made just for you
  • Make and share your own playlists
  • Find music for any mood and activity
  • Listen on your mobile, tablet, desktop, PlayStation, Chromecast, TV, and speakers.

Install Spotify on Ubuntu

Manually install Spotify on Linux

curl -sS | sudo apt-key add - 
echo "deb stable non-free" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/spotify.list

Then after that, you can install the Spotify app by typing:

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install spotify-client

Spotify Screenshots on Ubuntu

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You can try a native media player known as Lollypop for Ubuntu. It is very well rated.