Last.fm Launches Spotify Integration, Access To Over 20 Million Tracks
Last.fm, a popular music discovery service, has announced a partnership with Spotify that will give users access to over 20 million streaming titles.
In order to listen to songs from Spotify, Last.fm users need a free or premium Spotify account, and then must sync their accounts.
“We’ve always strived to make Last.fm as relevant to your music life as possible. Whatever you’re listening to and wherever you’re listening to it from – we know about it. There has however been one gap; the inability to play whatever you want by whoever you want directly on Last.fm. This has now changed.”
Users can browse music as they normally would, and if a song or album is available on Spotify, they’ll see a special play bar at the bottom of the page (pictured above).
This isn’t the first time that Last.fm has worked with Spotify. Back in November 2011, Last.fm was a launch partner for Spotify Apps.
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