Spotify is a popular streaming service for listening to music and organizing playlists. In this article, we'll look at how to uninstall Spotify in Ubuntu if you installed it from the official repository, snap or flatpak.

Remove Spotify via Ubuntu Software Center

The easiest way to uninstall an app is to use the Ubuntu Software Center. Simply open Ubuntu Software and search for Spotify, or go to the "Installed" tab and find Spotify in the list of applications.
Remove Spotify via Ubuntu Software Center

If you installed it from the official repository, uninstall Spotify using the following command:

sudo apt remove spotify-client

Remove Spotify snap

Snap packages can be uninstalled either using the terminal or through the Ubuntu Software application. So if you installed from Spotify from the Snap store, uninstall it with the following command:

sudo snap remove spotify

Remove Spotify flatpak

If you installed it from Flatpak, run the following command to uninstall it:

sudo flatpak uninstall com.spotify.client

Conclusion

In this small article, I showed you how to remove Spotify in Ubuntu. As you can see, this is not at all difficult. The main thing is to know what method you used to install it.

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