This article covers the different methods of installation of Spotify on the Ubuntu 20.04 system.
Spotify is a Popular music streaming application used globally and users can use any of the methods discussed above for its installation.
The uninstallation process is also quite easy and we covered it for the ease of our readers.
Users can also update Spotify with each newly released version.
Where is Spotify installed Linux?
If you followed the instructions on https://www.spotify.com/download/linux/ and installed from Ubuntu Software or snap, it should be located at /snap/bin/spotify .
If you installed the debian package, it should be located at /usr/bin/spotify .
To update Spotify on Ubuntu:
1. Update list of available packages:
$ sudo apt-get update.
2. Install Spotify:
$ sudo apt-get install spotify-client.
To uninstall Spotify on Linux:
1. Quit Spotify.
2. Uninstall. sudo apt-get remove spotify-client.
3. Remove old config and cache.
cd $HOME/.config. rm -r spotify. cd $HOME/.cache. rm -r spotify.
4. Reinstall by following instructions on https://www.spotify.com/download/linux.
To Install via command line on Ubuntu:
If you don't have access or don't want to use Ubuntu Software, it is possible to install Spotify from the command line with snap.
Run the following command in your terminal:
$ snap install spotify