Spotify is a music streaming service that needs no introduction. Its users can stream millions of tracks either free of charge or for an affordable subscription fee; making it an mp3 player with a virtually unending playlist. At the moment, Spotify’s desktop client for Ubuntu and similar distros seem inexistent but there is good news. You can enjoy a similar experience to that on Windows and MacOS platforms by using the snapd service to put a Spotify desktop client on your Linux workstation. Follow the steps below to get yours set up.