How to install Spotify on Ubuntu 13.10
Just follow the steps and at the end of this article you will have Spotify up and running on your Ubuntu machine.
How to install Spotify on Ubuntu?
Spotify for Linux can be installed on Ubuntu directly from the Spotify repository. This method not only just installs the latest Spotify client available till date but also allows you to automatically upgrade to new releases of Spotify using Ubuntu’s Software Updater/Update Manager tool.
Here are the commands that you need to run in the terminal one after the other in the given order to get Spotify client installed on your machine.
sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://repository.spotify.com stable non-free"
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 94558F59
sudo apt-get update
At this point of time you can either use Ubuntu Software Center to install Spotify or can use the last command in the terminal to get the installation done.
Both steps does the exact same thing, installing Spotify on Ubuntu!
sudo apt-get install spotify-client
It will take a minute or two depending on your internet connection speed. Once you are done you can launch the application by searching Spotify in the Unity Dash search bar.
Once if opens, it will show you a similar screen as shown below. Just login with your existing credential to have your account synced-up. In case you don't have a Spotify account you can register with your Facebook account or create one using your email.
Now you should be able to launch Spotify form the Unity Dash. That's all I wanted to share about How to install Spotify on Ubuntu. I hope this article helps you with the questions like What is Spotify, How to install Spotify on Ubuntu 12.10 or Ubuntu 13.04 or Ubuntu 13.10, How to use Spotify, Can something go wrong while installing or using Spotify etc.
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- by Koushik Mandal
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