Good bye last.fm radio!

Last.fm has announced that it will be taking down its radio service from all countries except for seven. The exceptions are US, UK, Germany, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Brazil. Which is indeed sad news. This means that buying a last.fm subscription is no longer worth it for the rest of the world. Scrobbling is not affected anyway.

Of course this ain’t the end of the world but it should worry everyone quite a bit. If you’re addicted to online music streaming, what are your other options? There are a few other good streaming sites available. The popular ones include 8tracks and Grooveshark, both of which has last.fm integration, i.e. scrobbling support.

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  • kau (@kau_mad)  On December 13, 2012 at 9:29 pm

    Why should one use Last.fm when there’s Grooveshark?

    • thameera  On December 14, 2012 at 12:16 am

      Last.fm knows our tastes (after all it’s where we scrobble to each day). Better tag, artist and neighborhood radios.

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