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A Spotify plugin for the Logitech Media Server and Squeezebox
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.gitignore Remove some legacy Windows handling. It's now supporting discovery li… Mar 4, 2018 Scrub some TODOs and the like. Apr 9, 2019 Make sure we kill all timers when switching from Connect mode to play… May 27, 2019 Fix encoding of key value for track lookup: utf8::encode would NOT re… Jan 3, 2019 Merge branch 'master' into ogg-direct Apr 9, 2019 Add support for LastMix Jun 28, 2017 Don't show index bar for "New Releases" album list. It's not sorted b… May 14, 2019 Add versioning to cached playlist folders. This allows us to force re… Apr 9, 2019 Merge branch 'master' into ogg-direct Apr 9, 2019 Enable metadata lookup of URIs which are not in the current playlist. Apr 16, 2019 Add a README file Apr 9, 2019 Add a note about the AARCH64 helper May 8, 2019
custom-convert.conf Don't enable OGG streaming if helper doesn't support it. Apr 4, 2019
custom-types.conf Add Spotty Spotify Connect implementation May 2, 2017
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The Spotty Spotify implementation for Logitech Media Server

Spotty is a somewhat spotty implementation of Spotify Connect for the Squeezebox and other compatible music players running Squeezelite or Squeezeplay connecting to a Logitech Media Server.

Spotty exposes your Squeezebox as a Squeezebox Connect client. Alternatively you can use any Squeezebox Controller, compatible mobile app or the Logitech Media Server web interface to play music from Spotify.

The Spotty plugin is known to run fine on recent Windows, macOS, and Linux on x86_64, many ARM platforms (including Raspberry Pi, many NAS devices, rock64). Some platforms which are not supported out of the box can probably be supported by compiling the spotty helper application yourself - or some friendly community member. It's based on the great librespot project.


Using the spotty helper and the librespot code to connect to Spotify's API is probably forbidden by them. Use at your own risk.

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