This app is a joke Ugly ads. Everything in settings opens up a window in my phone's browser, which would be bad enough but the website is awful too. Plus there's no way to turn off the persistent notification, so now I have to have it taking up space on my notification bar. I just want it to run in the background.
It scrobbles only the first song played. What is the point, then? Actually, this behavior occurs whenever a bluetooth speaker is used - only the first song is scrobbled. If the music is played on the phone itself or with headphones, no problem. Unfortunately, I use bluetooth speakers A LOT - by my bed, in the car, on my bike. For the record, I am using a Samsung Galaxy S7 phone, android 6 (Marshmallow), scrobbling from Google Music app.
Used to work years ago, broken and useless now Scrobbler hasnt worked for me across 2 different phones and multiple android OS updates. Use simple last fm scrobbler if you want to track your music anymore.
I'm disappointed!!! :/ When I visualize my profile on the browser, it shows me that I've listened to an artist 45 times, but when I access the app to see the same artist, there are only 35 scrobbles... it's making me sick! I've listened to a band, scrobbling more than 25 tracks according to the Lastfm website, but the information displayed on the app is quite different... please, fix that... or I won't think twice before uninstalling it...
Works perfect for me but But one feature is greatly needed. Can you guys add an option for scrapping all (Remastered 2011) (2014 ReIssue) etc. bullshit out of tags on the fly? Because that is a big problem, especially with streaming services like google play (at least you can edit tags there with your bare hands but not in the app, so not that good anyway).
Need Improvement Dear developer, you already did a god job. But still need improvement. when i change my song, it still scrobbling my prev song. Then please add Refresh button, it will make me keep using your apps. Thanks
• Bug fixes
A scrobbler that submits information to Last.fm on what music you play.