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Jan 29, 2014

Last.fm Launches Spotify Integration, Access To Over 20 Million Tracks

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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.

From the Last.fm blog:

“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.

Photo credit: Engadget


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