Tag Archives: Google Music

A Welcome (And Unexpected) Resolution

June 4, 2011

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Last weekend, I tried to get my Android phone to scrobble the songs that I listened to via Google Music and Amazon Cloud Player.  I tried the Last.fm Android client.  I loaded the ScrobbleDroid client (which did work with the Android Music app).  But I had no success.  So I set the problem aside for […]

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ScrobbleDroid – Closer, But Not Quite There Yet

May 28, 2011

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For many music fans, a key to their listening experience is scrobbling to Last.fm.  For those not familiar with the term, it refers to recording the songs that you play.  Last.fm has built its unique offering based on the ability to record when and how you listen to music.  The process of recording is called […]

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Google Music Is A Real Beta

May 28, 2011

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I have spent a great deal of time this week working with the new Google Music Beta.  And I am finally at a point where I can speak with a degree of confidence.  What do I think of the new Google service?  I think it is a real beta.  It has some very rough edges. […]

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