Filed under: Audio, Linux, Web servicesSpotify is still not available in the US, but it's now available on Linux. The popular streaming music service is known for its mobile apps, but there's also a desktop version, and now Linux users can take advantage of it. Lifehacker says local caching isn't supported yet, meaning everything is streamed live. That might slow things down a bit, but it still works.
The Spotify app is currently ad-free on Linux, but also only available to Premium users. It's still in the early stages, but it's nice to see a popular, much-hyped service like Spotify paying attention to its Linux userbase. Now, if only they'd hurry up and get to North America!
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