Vinyl Scrobbler

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    Vinyl Scrobbler

    by: 335 7.6

    7.6 Users



    Ever wish the music you listen to with your record player or CD deck were submitted to 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 on the settings screen you can then submit the tracks you just listened to. With Vinyl Scrobbler, when a record, side, or even track has finished playing, you can pick up your phone, scan the sleeve, press a couple of buttons, and presto, the tracks appear on your profile.

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    Users comments for Vinyl Scrobbler

    Jordan Vaandering

    by Jordan Vaandering

    Oct 13, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Works great for me

    Martin Perrett

    by Martin Perrett

    Sep 24, 2017  |  "OK"

    Used to work with out a hitch but after a change to Moto G5 plus running Android 7.0 Nougat it doesn't seem to work at all. Which is a shame as it was a great app to use.

    David Marshall

    by David Marshall

    Sep 17, 2017  |  "Good"

    This app was great then an update has ruined it. I find many albums do not get scrobble now. You search for the album tell it to scrobble all tracks it shows that it does but it doesn't send start to last Fm. Sometimes I'd there are multiple listing score an album none of them work or just one does. This has began to render this app useless. A serious fix is needed immediately.

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Sep 10, 2017  |  "Poor"

    I used to love this app. It's too bad it no longer works.

    Carn Truscott

    by Carn Truscott

    Aug 16, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Love the concept, the extremely simple interface and the discogs linking. However, it suffers from one big flaw. It doesn't work. And as such it is completely useless.

    Simo Virtanen

    by Simo Virtanen

    May 13, 2017  |  "OK"

    Used to be great, but these days almost none of my scrobbles go through. Even if this is a LastFM API problem, there should be an exception coded in that gives a default track length if it can't be found from discogs.