Last.fm for Android gets redesign, new features

Last.fm's logo

For the first time in years, Last.fm has updated the design for its Android app.

The update also brings new features. The main one addresses scrobbling, which allows Last.fm to detail the specific songs, albums, and artists and the number of times users listen to them. Now, users can scrobble songs from services such as Spotify, Deezer, Rdio, Google Play, and SoundCloud.

Additionally, personalized charts of artists, albums, and songs accompany the update, and tracks can be loved, meaning you can favorite them.

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Source: PhoneArena

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