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Spotify for Linux

Spotify is an on-line music player with thousands of songs, music, etc. This program was available for Windows and Mac (and you can run it with wine) but now you can use it on your Linux system.

A lot of our developers are using Linux, obviously they want to listen to music while they’re coding away and looking at the feedback we get it appears that they’re not the only ones. So today we’re pretty happy to present a preview version of Spotify for Linux.

Built by our brilliant developers during hack days and late nights, it shares most of the same features as our Windows and Mac OS X desktop applications. Unfortunately, there are issues regarding decoding of local music on the Linux platform so we haven’t included support for local files in this version.

Source: Spotify Blog

 

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