Python wrapper for libspotify-connect
pyspotify-connect provides a Python interface to Spotify Connect’s online music streaming service.
With pyspotify-connect you can create a Spotify Connect player on your device. All from your own Python applications.
pyspotify-connect uses CFFI to make a pure Python wrapper around the libspotify_embedded_shared library. It has been tested on on CPython 2.7 and 3.4, as well as PyPy 2.6. The library is only available for arm linux architectures: armv6 armel and armv7 armhf.
A Spotify Premium subscription. pyspotify-connect will not work with Spotify Free, just Spotify Premium.
libspotify_embeded_shared, see below for instructions.
Developmente packages for python and libffi. For example, for python 2.7 on Debian/Raspbian:
apt-get install python-dev libffi-dev
Spotify Connect Library
As Spotify Connect library is not available directly from spotify you should grab it from one of the links below depending you Linux version.
Copy the appropiated library for your architecture to /usr/lib.
Install the dependencies listed above yourself, and then install the package from PyPI:
pip install pyspotify-connect
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