Canonical Makes It Easier to Install Spotify for Linux on Ubuntu, Other Distros

Running the official Spotify for Linux client on a GNU/Linux distro like Ubuntu or Solus isn’t all that easy these days, but with the availability of the Snap universal binary package across more and more distros, you can install the app with a single command on any Snappy-powered system, thanks to the Snapcraft team over at Canonical. With the Spotify for Linux client, users will be able to discover and play any song or entire albums from various artists, listen to hundreds of playlists for every mood or genre, stream online radio, listen to audiobooks, podcasts, and videos, as well as to stay on top of the charts.