SimpleScrobbler is a Last.fm scrobbler without all the bells and whistles. A Mac App that lives in your status bar and leaves a smaller footprint on your computer.
SimpleScrobbler gives you:
[+] Simplicity. SimpleScrobbler has one purpose: Scrobble your tracks.
[+] Silence. Scrobbles your tracks silently from the status bar. We won't bug you. Ever.
[+] Vigilance. Watches your playlist like a hawk. If you listened to it, we scrobbled it.
[+] Reliability. It just works. Everytime. If you are offline, your scrobbles will be queued until they can be sent.
SimpleScrobbler doesn't give you:
[-] Love track functionality.
[-] Ban track functionality.
[-] Streaming, sharing, playlists, recommendations, neighbors, profiles or any of the other bloatware found in other Last.fm apps.
Supported Audio Players
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[+] Last.FM Authentication Bug Resolved
[+] Minor bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Works well, but one "feature" really miffed me
I've been using this app for a number of months and it works well for me. Clean and simple, all I need.
Only complaint that I have is with an anti-piracy measure the developer has taken. If the copy is not genuine, the app will scrobble every track played as a single Nickleback song. I appreciate a good joke as much as the next guy, but I happen to stumble upon this when one of my computers' App Store session expired. I lost a few HUNDRED tracks scrobbled to this because it thought the copy was not genuine due to the time out. How about instead of being "cute" or "passive-aggressive", you actually warn your genuine users that there was a problem authenticating the software. All it took was a simple reauth and relaunch... Minus two stars for the transparency, unfortunately.
May require a reboot after first install
At first it wasn't working, but a reboot seems to have fixed it for whatever reason.
This app definitely does work, and it does take its simplicity very seriously. I feel that it takes it TOO seriously, though. There is literally no options menu, so, say, the ability to have the app run on start-up is absent, as are a lot of other features that one would expect from a scrobbler. All in all, SimpleScrobbler scrobbles, and does it wel, but has almost and does almost nothing else. That was obviously the goal of the developer, but I disagree with their design philosophy.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.