MobileScrobbler

   28 November 2007, early evening

Today I discovered MobileScrobbler, which I have to say is a very cool application. It’s a Last.FM client for the iPhone or iPod Touch. It works like the desktop scrobblers that integrates with iTunes, pinging the Last.FM servers whenever you play a new song on your iPod. This is actually a good use of the network connectivity of the iPhone. It’s neat watching your Last.FM page update while out and about with your iPod. (The only thing I don’t like about the program is how it’s poorly written. Not that I can really fault a program someone is giving away for free.) Programs like this make me want to learn Objective-C.

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