scroblr: Scrobbles The Music You Listen To On The Web To Last.fm [Chrome]

One of the best things about Google Chrome is the multitude of extensions available in the web store. One of the coolest things about Last.fm is the ability to scrobble the music you listen to from various locations so it can better build radio stations that suit your needs.

With the power of the Chrome extension called scroblr, you can combine the power of Last.fm scrobbling with the simplicity of a Chrome extension. It makes sending all the music you listen to on the web to Last.fm incredibly simple.

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Instead of installing extensions to scrobble the music within each of the programs you use to listen to music, this one extension can do it all. It works with a huge list of providers, so the chances are great that other places where you listen to music are ready to go. Currently, the app is able to scrobble from Pandora, Turntable.fm, Amazon Cloud Player, Google Play, AccuRadio, Bandcamp, Jango, Player.fm, Rhapsody, Songza, SoundCloud, This Is My Jam, Twonky, and we7.

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The extension is able to automatically detect your music when you play it. You will have to link it with your Last.fm account in order for it to be able to know the music. If you click the extension while listening to music from a supported service, you will be able to see the song so you know it’s working. This lets you know that it has detected the song and is scrobbling it for you.

Features:

  • Scrobble music from a huge list of services.
  • Supports Pandora, Turntable.fm, Amazon Cloud Player, Google Play, AccuRadio, Bandcamp, Jango, Player.fm, Rhapsody, Songza, SoundCloud, This Is My Jam, Twonky, and we7.
  • Links with Last.fm account.
  • Automatically detects music playing and lets you know it’s working.

Find scroblr on the Chrome Webstore

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