@Sean I see, thanks for letting me know. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
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RE: On-Demand Music
When you extract it out of official app, hmmm… it might not be ILLEGAL but at least IMMORAL. You are breaking the agreement.
Yes, but you see, that’s where you are wrong. If you read my original post, you would see that I’m not downloading it from the “official app”, which doesn’t exist on Raspberry Pi, nor am I downloading it at all — I’m using the Spotify Web API to stream music, which is explicitly allowed. If you think that’s illegal, then you’re wrong, and you should go report mopidy-spotify instead of trying to convince me that I’m an immoral person.
RE: On-Demand Music
@Sean So you’re saying that it’s illegal to use the Spotify client? We’re downloading music to temporarily stream it, so it’s a violation of the EULA, right?
Spotify has an API for developers, and it is meant to be used to stream music to other platforms using Spotify. I figured out how to do it 2 years ago, and posted the answer in this thread. Thanks for your input though!
I’m developing my own software for my magic mirror from the ground up, and putting it on a Raspberry Pi. I’ve got a good speaker and a good microphone, and I was planning to use a Spotify CLI that I found to control Spotify on my Raspberry Pi and play Spotify music through the speaker, but I recently found out that Spotify is not supported on a Raspberry Pi. I’ve been researching it for the past couple of hours and I can’t find a single way to play music on-demand on a Raspberry Pi, where I can simply tell what song I want and it will play.
Does anyone know if there’s a way to get Spotify on a Raspberry Pi? I’m willing to do anything (even install a new operating system). If not, what other alternative methods do I have to play music on-demand on a Raspberry Pi? I have access to Spotify Premium and Amazon Prime Music, but I know neither of those have official APIs that I can use to play music on-demand.
Thanks in advance!