Spotify is one of the world’s largest music streaming service providers.
This tutorial will be helpful for beginners to install Spotify in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Ubuntu 20.10, Fedora 35, and Manjaro Linux.
Spotify team offering the desktop client for Linux systems
Install Spotify on Debian / Ubuntu
2 ways we can install Spotify on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Ubuntu 21.10, and Linux Mint 20.3
- Via APT repository
- Via Snapcraft Store
Method 1: Via APT repository
Step 1: Update the repository
Step 2: Import the GPG key
Step 3: Add Spotify package to the Sources list
Step 4: Update the repo and install Spotify
Method 2: Via Snapcraft Store
Use the below command to install Spotify on Ubuntu / Debian from the Snapcraft store
Install Spotify on Fedora / Manjaro Linux
3 ways we can install Spotify on Fedora 35
- Via Snapcraft store
- Via 3rd party RPM Fusion repo
- Via Flathub
Method 1: Via Snapcraft store
Use the below command to install Spotify on Fedora from the Snapcraft store
Step 1: Install snapd
Step 2: Install Spotify on fedora 35
Method 2: Via RPM Fusion Repo
Step 1: Install and Enable the RPM Fusion Repo
Step 2: Install the Spotify client package
Once installation is completed, open the lpf-spotify-client from the GUI
the client app will start building the dependencies installation will continue.
Method 3: Via Flathub
Step 1: Install Flatpak on your system by using the Flatpak setup guide
Note: This method applicable for Spotify installation in Manjaro Linux also
Step 2: Install the Spotify client on Fedora / Manjaro Linux
Step 3: Run the Spotify client
From this tutorial, you have learned how to download and install Spotify in Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Fedora, and Manjaro Linux.
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