egzthunder1 · Apr 19, 2011 at 09:00 am

Generate Your Own Last.fm Playlists With “PlaylistR Last.fm” for Android

Integration is the name of the game, and if you are a Last.fm user, but have something else for your Android’s top streaming app, you must check out what XDA member alou2 has in stock for you. PlaylistR Last.fm will allow you to grab your favorite content from Last.fm (charts, picks, recommendations, and much more), and import it into your Android device’s favorite streaming app. The app is compatible with Spotify, Grooveshark, Deezer, and rdio. Grabbing all this content will allow you to generate playlists out of almost anything in your device, and thus, make this the last tool you will ever need to listen to your favorite music, no matter where you are.

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Browse your charts, friends, neighbours, recommandations and overall charts from Last.fm, and listen tracks directly into your favorite streaming service : Spotify, Grooveshark or Deezer.

Automagically build playlist out of users lists, artists lists and track lists.
You can get playlist generated out of your friends/neighbours top charts, out of your Last.fm recommandations and so on.

Build mixtapes for you or your friends.

Music discovery has never been that easy !

You can find more information in the application thread.

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