QuietScrob – Last.fm Scrobbler 12+
Scrobbling from Apple Music
- Offers In-App Purchases
QuietScrob is a simple yet powerful Last.fm scrobbler for Apple Music. Launch it from time to time or just leave in background and listen to music, QuietScrob will sync listened tracks with your Last.fm profile.
• Scrobbles both tracks from your Library and streamed ones
• Shows current playing track on your Last.fm profile page
• Syncs loved tracks between Apple Music and Last.fm
• Ignore Other Devices feature has been returned, currently in beta
Ratings and Reviews
EDIT: This last update seems to fix many of the app’s issues, where I’m not losing scrobbles often if ever. But for some reason there’s now another crucial missing feature that seems to be removed for no obvious reason? There used to be a way to scrobble using the album artist, and now there isn’t a way. All of those featured tracks are messing with the way my library is tracked. Along with having to constantly reset the app, I don’t understand why it always seems to be two steps forward, one step back. This app’s success relies on accurate scrobbling, and it shouldn’t be too difficult to ensure that works, right? Very strange choices. ***
The developer chose to rely on background refreshing, which doesn’t always work. Apparently a manual option used to be available but is no longer for some odd reason? If you’re meticulous about your scrobbles, I wouldn’t waste your time on this app. It’s a good price, but there doesn’t seem to be urgency to fix any of its design problems.
The last few updates have effectively killed this app for me. They removed the feature to Drop Tracks, which helped when I synced my phone to iTunes because the app would duplicate plays from my laptop. The app also no longer has a self-refresh, so you have to wait and hope that the app refreshes itself, so you have no real way of knowing if it grabbed your recent plays. The app also fails to load tracks that were played if the app was not open in the background, which means I have lost many scrobbles. The app doesn’t allow the user to decide whether to disable background app refresh when on low battery mode, which also means I have lost many scrobbles; even though I would like to have the app still refresh in the background no matter my battery percentage. Overall, when this app DECIDES to want to work, it is decent. But as it stands, the app needs many changes to become a 5 star app—especially if they are charging money!
Unfortunately stopped using this great app after this update
Been using quietscrob for about a year since it’s the only one I can find with no scrobbling issues. Unfortunately after this new update I guess the way they count scrobbles is different and flawed since I was missing about 1/3 of the music I listened to after a week of the new update. It pauses scrobbling on low power mode too with no warning, which was something that was never an issue before. Hopefully there’s a new update that’s coming that can fix some of these problems but until then it looks like I’m going to have to go to the last fm app :(
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- Sergey Pershenkov
- 1.2 MB
- Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 14.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © 2013 Sergey Pershenkov
- In-App Purchases
- Unlimited $2.99
- Unlimited $3.99
- 1500 Scrobbles $0.99
- 1000 Scrobbles $0.99
- 5000 Scrobbles $1.99
- 3000 Scrobbles $1.99
- 6000 Scrobbles $2.99