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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Spotify 1.0.38 Offline Installer for Linux (.deb)

What's Spotify?

Spotify is a Swedish music, podcast, and video streaming service that provides digital rights management–protected content from record labels and media companies. It is available in most of the Americas, Europe, and some countries in Asia and Oceania. Music can be browsed or searched by artist, album, genre, playlist, and record label. Spotify was launched in September 2008 by Swedish startup Spotify AB. As of August 2016, Spotify had more than 100 million active users and about half a billion registered users. As of September 2016, Spotify has 40 million paying subscribers worldwide, up from 30 million paying subscribers in March 2016. Spotify Technology S.A. operates as the parent company, registered in Luxembourg, while Spotify AB handles research and development in Stockholm.

Spotify 1.0.38 offline installer is an official Spotify installer that can be downloaded direcly and then installing it via Terminal.
  1. Download Spotify 1.0.38 offline installer (.deb) 32-bit
  2. Download Spotify 1.0.38 offline installer (.deb) 64-bit

How to install Spotify for Linux?

1. Open your Terminal
2. Run the following commands to install spotify

For 32-bit

sudo dpkg -i Downloads/spotify-client_1.0.38.171.g5e1cd7b2-22_i386.deb

For 64-bit

sudo dpkg -i Downloads/spotify-client_1.0.38.171.g5e1cd7b2-22_amd64.deb

3. Wait until the processes are completed
4. Done, close your Terminal and open your Spotify app.

That's all about Spotify offline installer and how to install it. Thank you very much for visit my blog and see you next time on the next tutorial.

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