This is a popup that shows Spotify current playback information, made and tested specially for macOS. It also allows you to add tracks to your library and playlists.
.dmg file from the latest release, run it and move the app to the
brew cask install spotify-now-playing
I tried to make the app compatible with Linux, but I've seen this issue, which turns quite hard to make the app behaves as expected (let's say, as a menu bar app) on Linux. You can run the app locally, but for now, I prefered to not release a version for Linux because it'd be far from what I (or any other user) would expected. If you find a good solution, please don't hesitate to open an issue or a pull request.
This app was made using Electron, but developed and tested only on macOS.
First, clone the repo:
git clone https://github.com/davicorreiajr/spotify-now-playing cd spotify-now-playing
Install the dependencies:
Then you have to create an app on Spotify, in order to get the codes necessary for doing the requests to its API. You can do it easly, following this tutorial.
Once you have done this, rename
.env-example.json (file in the root of this project) to
And finally, start the app:
If you are developing over this project and want to test the built app, the one generated by
electron-builder, you have to:
And then, you run:
With this command, you are going to find a
.dmg file inside a new folder
To contribute with this repository:
Spotify - now playing is not affiliated with Apple or Spotify and these are the trademarks of the respective parties. The icon used here belongs to Spotify and it was used to ease the usage of this app to the user.
Please, if you find any problem or have some sugestion, don't hesitate to open an issue or even a pull request.