Spotify for Ubuntu



Enjoy your favorite music without having to download it


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Can you imagine being able to listen to your favorite songs on any computer, in any place, and without having to keep track of USB drives or other storage devices?

Spotify is a free program with which you can do all of that and more, being that it offers you the opportunity to listen to streaming music, without the necessity of downloading it ahead of time. With an unprecedented music database and with a spectacular acceptance offered by the most important artists from the music scene.

One of the largest music databases.

You can look for songs in a huge catalog with thousands of artists, where the music is organized and correctly classified by album, singles and loose songs. Find songs from any genre: pop, rock, electronica, indie, house, chillout, metal, dance or classical.

It would be difficult for your favorite artists not to be here: Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, La Oreja de Van Gogh, Sonata Arctica, Guns N' Roses, David Guetta, El Canto del Loco, Smashing Pumpkins, Gorillaz, Estopa, Franz Ferdinand, Moby, Hans Zimmer, Sergio Dalma, The Cure, George Michael, Katy Perry, Bon Jovi, or Andre Bocelli are just a few of the examples of the category and variety of the musical selection of Spotify.

Discover new songs according to your preferences.

The usefulness of radio is also present in the program, allowing you to listen to the most popular songs at the moment or the songs that are most similar to the style that you like. The program recognizes the songs that you like best and those that you listen to most and looks for songs that could be interesting to you based on the preferences of other users.

Your MP3 songs, also in Spotify.

Another good thing about Spotify is the option to create your own playlists to listen to only those songs that you want at one time and not have to keep looking for them every once in a while. You can also use it to listen with one click an entire CD or save all of the songs that you like best from a single artist.

As you can see, Spotify offers an unprecedented service in the music world in exchange for, of course, some short advertisements or, if you don't want to hear them, a small fee to the musicians that, after all, are the source of the music.
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