CuteSpotify Gets Ported To Work On Jolla’s Sailfish OS

Hello Linux Geeksters. For those who don’t know yet, CuteSpotify is a Spotify client that has been developed for Ubuntu Touch, Canonical’s mobile version of Ubuntu. Having an intuitive GUI written in QT, the app enables the users to search and play music from the Spotify database, manage playlists and others.

CuteSpotify Gets Ported To Work On Jolla's Sailfish OS

Now, Mike Sheldon, the CuteSpotify developer has ported the app to work on Sailfish OS, the Meego based mobile operating system used as default on Jolla’s first smartphone, enabling the users to use the main functions of the open-source Spotify client on their Jolla device.

A progress so far demo video of CuteSpotify has been created.

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