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Last time I scanned, it scanned a whopping 600 scrobbles, 580 of which were duplicates. If there was a way to only select the tracks I want to scrobble, then I would be a little less livid. I ended up selecting 580 tracks and deleting them before submitting the 20 song list. Ridiculous, incompetent programming at its worst.
Thanks to this app, twelve years of scrobbles are now incorrect because it submits duplicates of anything listened through the music app (I don’t use Apple Music, all local files). Thanks for completely ruining over a decade of music tracking. Dropped my pro subscription immediately after I noticed.
Apple Music not read
‘No new scrobbles’ — been getting these message every few days when playing locally stored music through Apple Music, essentially rendering multiple days and hundreds of scrobbles gone forever . Reinstalling doesn’t even work — what gives?
Crashes every time I try to scan or submit
If you have last FM scrobbling from a computer and last FM scrobbling from your phone, you will have duplicates, end of story. As it stands, I can't scrobble from this app because it doubles the scrobbles I have from my computer.
Too many duplicates
Have had this issue for months, which is what caused me to stop using it
So far it’s been great
works really well for me, but it would be nice if it were optimized for soundcloud too ! other than that no complaints :-)
Google play music
I will not scrobble plays made on google play music on a IOS device.
used to be good, now just really annoying.
i’ve been having a lot of problems with this app. in the past it was just minor changes but as of now it’s basically unusable, and it’s because of one key element. THE SCAN BUTTON DOESNT WORK. you guys said you fixed with the new update but all you did was make it worse to the point where it says it’s scrobbling but it never appears and never actually counts them. like cmon, you didn’t even fix it. i tried deleted it and downloading it again, i tried listening to different songs, nothing works. you basically just made you key element unusable now and it’s basically useless to use this now seeing it doesn’t work at all. i’m pretty furious as you can tell because it’s been a real pain to try and use this for the past couple of days when all i want to do is see why my most listened to artists are and HALF OF THE TIME IT WONT LOAD AND JUST SAYS ERROR. i don’t know what you guys did but it apparently didn’t help any, i’m hoping this will be fixed quickly because i’m really getting sick of this seeing that i used this app all the time to check on my music and it can’t even do that right as of right now.
This has to be one of the buggiest and flawed programs ever
I can’t use this program anywhere it’s absolutely broken in so many ways. First it doesn’t even catch half the songs I listen to which are all downloaded on my phone. Second the scan button stops working altogether and doesn’t pick up ANY of my Apple Music. After doing what I think could’ve fixed it, I can’t even log in and the page on the website where you add applications is down “server error.” Did I also mention the desktop app immediately freezes upon opening it and you can’t use it and are forced to force quit it. Embarrassing status for a program that has been around for a long time. It functions as if it’s still in beta testing and barely works. This app needs some serious work
I loved this app at first it worked really well but everytime I connect it to my computer it says it has 13,000 new scrobbles it’s adding but it just ends up crashing every time & it doesn’t save the current songs I listened to. I been trying to open the app for the past few days but nothing it just keeps turning and turning, I thought it was a connection issue but my WiFi works really well, other than that the app is great and I really wish I could continue using it.
I’ve been using 3rd party apps to scrobble from my phone for the longest time. It’s only right LFM actually came out with their own app. Very organized and easy to use, and scrobbles repeated tracks unlike a lot of other apps. Glad to see they’ve made a good choice with what to do with their website since that awful revamp of the website interface.
Miss the old features
Finally updated to iOS 11 and had to abandon the old iOS Scrobbler that I’ve used for years. This probably is the end of my scrobbling and last fm usage because it can’t do what I need to anymore. This one needs real time scrobbling and the ability to not scrobble certain songs that were played, for example unreleased songs that people shouldn’t know about yet. Also I don’t want my list inflated by old scrobbles or accidental duplicates. I want it to be as accurate to what I listen to as possible.
Needs an Update
This app used to work perfectly on my iPhone XR, but now i can’t open the app without it crashing upon launch. I also really wish they would update the app to properly fit the “X” line of iPhones. One thing I would also add is to include more functionality such as seeing your friend’s activity and other things you can do on the mobile site. If all these things were to be fixed, i’d consider upgrading to a membership. Until then, it’s a no from me.
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