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Last.fm updates its Windows, Mac and Linux desktop Scrobbler apps

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Last.fm has rolled out new versions of its desktop apps for Windows, OS X and Linux computers, sporting new features and a snazzy new look.

As before, the desktop apps offer easy access to Last.fm’s Pandora-style radio feature and allow users to log (scrobble, in Last.fm parlance) all the songs they play on desktop media players such as iTunes to their Last.fm profile.

The new look is the most striking thing about the update, bringing the app’s look up to date, and matching the stylings of the recently launched Last.fm Scrobbler app for iOS.

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