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Installing Spotify on Fedora
link:https://www.spotify.com/[Spotify] is a cross-platform proprietary music streaming service. Spotify is a freemium service, with advertisements which can be removed by purchasing a subscription. Although Spotify is not officially supported on Fedora, it can be installed on Fedora in a number of ways:
Using the third-party https://rpmfusion.org/[RPM Fusion] repositories.
Using a Flatpak hosted by https://flathub.org[Flathub].
Using the RPM Fusion repository
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Install the `lpf-spotify-client` package:
sudo dnf install lpf-spotify-client
Install Spotify:
Click the "lpf-spotify-client" icon in the application list.
or use the following command in a terminal:
lpf update
Installing Spotify using Flatpak
To install Spotify using link:https://flatpak.org/index.html[Flatpak]:
Install Flatpak using DNF:
sudo dnf install -y flatpak
Enable the Flathub remote:
flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists flathub https://flathub.org/repo/flathub.flatpakrepo
Using Gnome Software:
Head to the link:https://flathub.org/apps/details/com.spotify.Client[Spotify page on Flathub].