com.spotify.Client

Online music streaming service
  https://www.spotify.com
  10
  11 reviews



Access all of your favorite music, discover new songs, and share music online with your friends - all in one place. Create shared playlists or share individual songs with your Facebook friends with just a click of a button. Follow your favorite artists or friends to know what they are listening to, and then save the songs to your own playlists. Spotify is the best way to have access to millions of songs, and all the latest hits.
Latest reviews
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nowakowski 4 weeks ago

It works well. But it would be even better if there was a Spotify client that respects the appearance of the application in Linux Mint.

3
dhiedro 6 months ago

instalei no meu linux mint 19.1 tessa e não mantem a conta de usuário salva e logada a pós ser fechado e reaberto, mesmo mantendo a opção de relembrar o login do usuário, o que me fez desistala-lo e instalar a versão snap!

2
Bluesky83 1 year ago

Não consigo instalar, pois o Flathub vive offline.

3
Ota1991 1 year ago

cant listen to local music. it wont show it even after i configure it to my local music folder.

4
pato 1 year ago

I would like to use this, but the cursor change.

5
Diogo 1 year ago

This is a good think to use apps, but the installation is slow a lot. The convenvial mode is fasters then flatpak mode.

5
ferox 1 year ago

flatpack so much better than the software manager version

4
jporpino 1 year ago

Vinha tendo problemas com a versão do próprio site, mas nessa até agora está rodando legal.

5
AlesonMedeiros 1 year ago

Muito simples e prático

4
deuteranopia 1 year ago

I also moved to flatpak because when I sometimes launched Chromium, these both Spotify and Chromium was hanging, properly working only when only one of them was opened. Installing Spotify out here resolves this problem though the cursor seemed to be stayed from GNOME.

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fasolens 1 year ago

I moved from deb package of Spotify to flatpack. It is nice to heve is here. Everything is working fine but cursors are not inherited from system settings. They are probably GNOME default.