Last.fm 12+

Last.fm

Designed for iPhone

    • #134 in Music
    • 2.3 • 465 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Your stats. On the Go. Listening counts with the Last.fm App.

Track the music you stream and access personalized listening reports, stats, and charts, all on the go.*

Free on the Last.fm app:

- Access to your Last.week & Last.year listening reports.
- View your personal artist, album and track charts from all-time to the last 7 days
- Explore your listening history
- Scan & submit scrobbles manually (works with Apple Music**)
- View tag, artist, similar artist, and track information


Join millions of users. All for free.

Last.fm. Music Counts


*To track your music, connect your streaming service accounts to your Last.fm profile, or, via our web client, app or a browser plugin for other services.
**Only songs added to your library can be scrobbled


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What’s New

Version 1.7.1

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
465 Ratings

465 Ratings

Trdlrfrd ,

New design makes me wanna stop using the app.

Instead of being able to seamlessly switch charts, now i have select one chart, look at it, swipe back, click on the other chart and then i forget that i actually wanted to look at a different time frame. i go back, press the timeframe i wanted originally, then go to the chart i wanted originally. this differs from the original design where you had charts for artists, albums, and songs all on the bottom bar. now you have to go into the tab that has grouped all the charts together into one tab and endure the tedious process of trying to look at two different charts from separate time frames, which only takes five or so seconds to switch between, but with the old version it was automatic. scrobbles now take up to three minutes to submit. the time to submit them has gradually increased over the year i’ve been using this app, but this is an enormous leap, and if it doesn’t have to do with the update that’s fine but if it does that’s pretty upsetting. the bubble design for artist profiles is just abysmal, it leaves too much dead space while also being inconsistent with the way album art is presented. I really like being able to have stats for the artists and albums i listen to but i don’t like those stats being stuck on an app that is such a chore to use. it would be different if this was an improvement on the ui utilized prior to this, but this is a severe downgrade from something that was pretty good.

freewhirl ,

I don’t get it

Contrary to most other reviews here, I have no major complaints for the app if I’m being honest. I’ve only used it for the past couple weeks now but since then I’ve had no issues using it or being able to scrobble my music. As long as I listen through an entire song, scanning works in a few seconds and everything I’ve listened to shows up. I’m really confused why so many others have trouble with this. I guess it could have to do with where you stream your music but I use Apple Music and it works perfect. As for the layout and interface, it feels pretty barebones compared to the actual site but you still get some data about your listening. You got the reports tab showing how much you scrobbled this week, trends, how you scrobbled, top tags, etc. Then you have charts showing your artists, albums, and tracks. Clicking onto these allows you to read more info on things like how many times you and others scrobbled them, you can find tags, write-ups, and see similar artists. From the settings tab you can also see your profile at the top showing your total scrobbles and clicking here will direct you to the website on your browser. Overall, it really isn’t a bad app in my experience. Obviously it doesn’t work for everyone but if you’re like me and seem to have lucked out then it’s a useful and easy way to keep track of your listening.

quaaeeao ,

the update :(

im not a fan of the larger boxes for scrobbles. far fewer can fit in one screen view now. the new update also makes it more difficult to see specific data in specific places. overall the new layout significantly limits the amount of information you’re able to easily see — only a few songs/albums/etc are shown on the charts page, and once i go to “see more” im not able to change between the time intervals unless I exit again & tap on the somewhat inconspicuously placed calendar button :’) not a huuge deal, but i think that even just adding an extra option to change time periods AFTER you press “see more” & also making the scrobbles smaller again would really improve the app.

App Privacy

The developer, Last.fm, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Other Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Other Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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