Are You On Last.fm?

Discussion in 'General Music and Vinyl' started by wokeupnew, May 12, 2015.

  1. Poly-Rythmo

    Poly-Rythmo Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the Vinyl Scrobbler tip. I can maybe see why my girlfriend complains I play music all the time (although I do work from home mostly)...
     
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    Vinyl scrobbler says I have listened to 168 records since January 1.
     
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    My wife states that my records are the thing I truly love.
     
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    Poly-Rythmo Well-Known Member

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    No comment...
     
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    She’s joking. I seriously couldn’t even get through a day without her at this point.
     
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    I usually listen to 1 or 2 on my days off from work ... and sometimes at night. I can't imagine that I listen to more than 20 a month though.
     
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    The Discogs app now has native Last.fm scrobbling by going to an album's page and selecting the three dots drop-down menu. You can scrobble individual tracks or the full album. Game changer.
     
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    The iOS app? I don’t see this, did you have to update?
     
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    I have the Android app. And yeah it looks like it was introduced in the latest update.

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    Yeah, I don’t think they’ve added it to the iOS app yet.
     
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    I'm still debating whether I want to use it or keep going with Vinyl Scrobbler. Discogs scrobbles all of the tracks at one time, unlike VS which spaces the timing out into the future. I also like how VS keeps track of how many times you spin each album, something that I'd miss if I switch completely over to Discogs. Hoping future development adds these features.
     
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    Oh YIKES. If the artist has a number after it (ie. LUMP (12) ), it scrobbles it with the number. That's a deal breaker. Back to Vinyl Scrobbler until they iron out the kinks.
     

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