QuietScrob – Last.fm Scrobbler for Apple Music
Leave QuietScrob running in background and it will scrobble all music you listen
• Scrobbles from Apple Music and some third-party players
• Caches tracks played offline to scrobble later
• Notification Center widget shows latest tracks
• Auto adding to loved tracks on Last.fm
Q: QuietScrob misses tracks.
A: To scrobble tracks from Apple Music you need to add them to My Music first (it's not necessary for them to be downloaded). Also you should tap Refresh in the app after adding new tracks to My Music, otherwise the app won't know about them until next refresh.
Q: QuietScrob doesn't scrobble from Apple Music Playlists/Radio.
A: It's not possible on iOS currently.
Q: Is it possible to scrobble tracks after 50% listening?
A: It's an iOS limitation that only completely played tracks can be scrobbled. As a workaround you can drag track position slider to the end of the current track instead of tapping next track button.
Q: QuietScrob doesn't scrobble from Google Play Music/Spotify/third party players.
A: On iOS It's only possible to scrobble from Apple Music and players that use My Music.
Q: QuietScrob scrobbles tracks listened in iTunes.
A: Apple Music syncs playcounts between devices. You can try to disable "Sync playback information across devices" in iTunes preferences (Store tab).
Q: Ads don't load.
A: It can happen when ad provider can't deliver an ad, try again later.
Q: The app crashes.
A: Check if "Detect Added Tracks" is turned on in Settings > QuietScrob. If so, turn it off and relaunch the app.
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