Vinyl Scrobbler for Android
Ever wish the music you listen to with your record player or CD deck were submitted to Last.fm like the music you play on your computer, to create a complete and cohesive statistic? Vinyl Scrobbler for Android tries to make this possible, and painless.
Vinyl Scrobbler allows you to search the excellent Discogs data base either by entering the name of an artist or record, or by scanning the barcode on the sleeve or case, assuming the release is new enough to have one. If you've logged in to Last.fm on the settings screen you can then submit the tracks you just listened to.
With Vinyl Scrobbler, when you're about to play a record, side, or even simply a track, or when it has just finished playing, you can pick up your phone, scan the sleeve, press a couple of buttons, and presto, the tracks appear on your Last.fm profile.
How to get it
You can download Vinyl Scrobbler for Android for free from Google Play.
Vinyl Scrobbler requires Android version 2.0 or higher. It is free and open source software, you can get the source code on GitHub
- Scrobble in the future - tell Vinyl Scrobbler when you're about to start listening.
- Bug fixes.
- Recently scrobbled releases are shown on the main screen.
- Artist names of the format "Slits, The" are converted to the more typical "The Slits"
- Better caching
- Numeric prefixes to Discogs artist names (ex.: "America (2)") are stripped.
- First release.
If you can't find your record, chances are it's not in the Discogs database, or the barcode you're scanning hasn't been added to the release. Discogs is good, but not all-knowing. You can help by contributing to Discogs.
If you have found a bug in the app, please report it in our bug tracker.
- Last.fm, the social music service this is all about.
- Discogs, the open music database that makes this possible
- CogScrobbler, a similar program for PCs