Spicetify is a multiplatform command-line tool to customize the official Spotify client.
This is the installation method what we recommend for most users. It is the fastest and most reliable way to install Spicetify.
Powershell (pre-built binary)
iwr -useb https://raw.githubusercontent.com/spicetify/spicetify-cli/master/install.ps1 | iex
Also run the following if you would like to install the Spicetify Marketplace, which gives you access to a tab in Spotify's sidebar that allows you to search for and install themes, extensions, and snippets.
iwr -useb https://raw.githubusercontent.com/spicetify/spicetify-marketplace/main/resources/install.ps1 | iex
Linux and MacOS
Shell (pre-built binary)
curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/spicetify/spicetify-cli/master/install.sh | sh
curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/spicetify/spicetify-marketplace/main/resources/install.sh | sh
After installing Spicetify and Spicetify's Marketplace, you can use it to customize your Spotify client using all the available extensions and themes found in the Marketplace.
Spotify, every now and then, updates its client. Since we have no power over this process, you will likely need to re-apply Spicetify.
However, the update might have major changes to the client, which means you will need to run
spicetify upgrade every time you update Spotify. If no update for Spicetify is available, it means that it either still works by simply running
spicetify backup apply, or that we are still working on updating Spicetify to work on the new version.
spicetify upgrade, you will be prompted to run
spicetify restore backup apply to have everything back where it was.