I don’t know about you guys, but I’m an avid Last.FM user. I don’t use their radio service all too often, but I definitely love scrobbling tracks from my devices and seeing what songs my friends and I are listening to. It’s a great way to discover new music. I have nearly 50,000 songs scrobbled since 2005 and counting. In the early days of Android (Cupcake and Donut), I used Adam Renberg’s fantastic Simple Last.FM Scrobbler application to scrobble tunes from my Android handsets. It worked flawlessly and had a multitude of options so you could scrobble to your heart’s content.
Fast-forward to May 2011, when Google released their revamped stock Android Music player application. It did everything it could to break compatibility with Adam’s Scrobble application. Other similar scrobble apps filled the Market, but none seemed to be compatible with the standard Android Music app by Google. After a few emails to Adam, he has finally updated the application for the first time in months. It’s now compatible with the stock Music app. I’ve tested it on my Nexus S 4G and it works great, but I don’t see why it wouldn’t work on your shiny new tablet, too.
So, if you’re like me and are an avid Last.FM (or libre.fm) user who listens to a ton of music on their device(s), give the app a try and get that scrobble count up! Let us know your thoughts on the app in the comments below, or tell us about any incompatibilities you run into. We’ll let Adam know and see if he can fix it!