Spotify App Double Scrobbles

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Listen, game, chat, and party all at once with Discord.

  1. Connect Spotify To Last Fm
  2. Last Fm Not Scrobbling Spotify
  3. Scrobble Fm
  4. Spotify

You can also see and play what your friends are listening to. You can even listen together with Listen Along (Premium only).

Get started

  1. On desktop, download the Discord app and open it.
  2. Click Connections in the menu on the left.
  3. Click Spotify.
  4. A web page will open to connect. If you’re not already logged into Spotify on the device, you’re directed to log in or sign up first.
  5. Click CONFIRM to confirm.

Once you’ve connected Spotify to your Discord account, you can choose to display what you’re listening to in real time on your profile.

To disconnect

Track what you listen to on the move. The Android App enables you to track what you listen to on a number of services including Google Play, SoundCloud, Spotify, Deezer and more. It also displays your top charts for artists, albums and tracks filterable by tag and time.

  1. Click Connections in the menu on the left of the Discord desktop app.
  2. Click Spotify.
  3. Click X in the top left of the green box.
  4. Click Disconnect to confirm.

Listen Along

For: Premium

Turn your chat room into a party with your friends! Here’s how to listen together.

Note: It’s not possible to Listen Along when voice chatting. Try text chatting instead.

  1. On desktop, open the Discord desktop app.
  2. Click someone that’s Listening to Spotify from your list of friends on the right.
  3. Click the Listen Along icon .

Note: If you Listen Along with a friend who has Spotify Free, you’ll hear silence when they hear adverts.

Spotify App Double Scrobbles users have limited choices for scrobbling their song plays from an Android device.

Scrobbling involves transmitting the meta data for all of the music tracks you play to your account, from where you build a comprehensive of all the tracks you’ve ever played, as well as make use of the service’s peerless music discovery features. Sounds simple, but scrobbling is surprisingly underrepresented on the platform given’s nearly 60 million users.

Spotify has it built-in, but is the only one of the major streaming apps to do so (Deezer has it on the desktop but not in the app). The official app works with some third party music players but hasn’t had a meaningful update since the Gingerbread days, while Simple Scrobbler—the best option up until now—has very patchy performance and a tendency to stop working altogether.

Spotify App Double Scrobbles

WAIL is a new app on the Play Store that is very lightweight and seems to be able to scrobble from virtually any third party app or streaming service. It’s early days, and the app is still in beta, but with zero configuration, a more modern look than its rivals, and a welcome lack of obtrusive permissions the signs are encouraging.

Based on our tests it works perfectly with Google Play Music, and seems to work very well with Rdio. Double scrobbles have always been a problem with third party scrobblers, and we had a few issues with Deezer. Again, though, it should be remembered that WAIL is in beta.

How to scrobble with WAIL

One of the best things about WAIL is that is requires basically no setup. Just install the app and enter your login details and it will automatically detect when you are playing music.

Incidentally, if you’ve got Spotify installed with syncing already configured within the app WAIL will leave Spotify to do the scrobbling.

Connect Spotify To Last Fm

The main screen shows which track you’re currently playing, and it also reports this in real time to so the Now Playing display is updated.

Last Fm Not Scrobbling Spotify

Swipe open the navigation sidebar and select Tracks to see your recent scrobbling history. There’s some options in that sidebar too, though they still need tidying up and you can leave them on their defaults anyway.

Scrobble Fm

WAIL is available now for free from the Play Store.


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