Last.fm has today announced on their site that from today they have started supporting the ability to play Spotify’s complete catalogue, on demand. The new addition to the Last.fm service adds the ability to now choose from over 20 million tracks and enables users to listen to to full albums as well as rediscover your scrobbling history.
Now thanks to the addition of the new integration with Spotify, Last.fm users can now play and control it Spotify tracks on Last.fm via the Spotify playbar at the bottom of the screen. Last.fm explains:
“We’ve teamed up with Spotify to bring their entire catalogue, on demand, to the world’s leading music recommendation service. Whether it be your own profile page, artist pages or album pages
This new feature brings a depth to Last.fm like never before and gives you a much richer listening experience. Whether it be your own profile page, artist pages or album pages – if Spotify has it, you can play it and control it on Last.fm via the Spotify playbar at the bottom of the screen. Using your Spotify account (premium or free) you can listen to any track simply by pressing the play button. This will load all tracks on a Last.fm page as a playlist in Spotify.”
For more information on the new Last.fm Spotify integration jump over to the Last.fm website for details.
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