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Spotify and Last.fm

Scrobble Verb [ˈskrɒbəl]: A new-fangled, internetty word, meaning to use Last.fm to keep track of all the songs one has played on their music service. 

And you can “scrobble” everything you listen to on Spotify with Last.fm!

Pick a device below to get started.

Desktop

  1. In the top-right corner of the app, click  > Settings.
  2. Under Social, click CONNECT TO LAST.FM.
  3. Enter your Last.fm Username and Password, and click CONNECT.

That's it, you're all set. Happy scrobbling!

To disconnect

Head to Settings and click DISCONNECT under Last.fm.

iPhone

  1. Tap Your Library in the menu at the bottom of the screen.
  2. Tap settings
  3. Select Social.
  4. Next to Scrobble, tap the slider to switch it to ON (green).
  5. Enter your Last.fm Username and Password.

That's it, you're all set. Happy scrobbling! 

To disconnect

Head to Settings and switch the Last.fm scrobbling slider to OFF (grey).

iPad

  1. Tap Settings .
  2. Select Social.
  3. Under LAST.FM, next to Scrobble, tap the slider to ON (green).
  4. Enter your Last.fm Username and Password.

That's it, you're all set. Happy scrobbling! 

To disconnect

Head to Settings, select Social, and switch the Last.fm Scrobble slider to OFF (grey).

Android

  1. Tap Your Library in the menu at the bottom of the screen.
  2. Tap .
  3. Under Last.fm scrobbling, switch the slider to ON (green).
  4. Enter your Last.fm Username and Password.
  5. Tap OK.

That's it, you're all set. Happy scrobbling!

To disconnect

Head to Settings and switch the Last.fm scrobbling slider to OFF (grey).