Laptop HP Pavilion
Description: Debian GNU/Linux 10 (buster). Release: 10
My Question or Issue
The instructions for installing Spotify on Linux, that can be found here: https://www.spotify.com/is/download/linux/ refer to using apt-get and, although the key is retrieved from a secure address, the repository is being served over http.
1. Why are we being told to use apt-get instead of just apt?
2. Why is the repo not being served over https?
I am asking this because newer versions of Debian use apt and not apt-get - although apt-get can be used, apt is the prefered method on newer Debian releases. Is there a specific reason why we are being told to use apt-get and not just apt?
Lastly, is there a secure link for the repo?
Also, as a very last thought, can you provide a way to download the source from GitHub or somewhere, so that we can build the app from source and then install it ourselves using apt to pull in dependencies?