Last.fm, the world's largest social music platform with over 20 million active users, is now accessible through Electric Pocket's LobsterTunes MP3 player for Windows Mobile.
The company has just added auto-scrobbling support to LobsterTunes, which means that when a tune is listened to, the name of the song is sent to Last.fm and added to the listener's profile.
LobsterTunes users may enable scrobbling of the music they play to get better recommendations and share recently played music with friends via blogs, MySpace or as forum signatures.
The LobsterTunes Biography Menu item also now includes Last.fm recommendations for similar artists and alerts users about upcoming events and concerts for bands.
LobsterTunes lets users listen to their music anywhere and was the winner of this year's Treo Windows Mobile Challenge sponsored by Palm and Microsoft. It is a full-featured MP3 player for Windows Mobile devices equipped with features expected of any MP3 player, including Seek, Shuffle, Repeat, Album Art and Electric Pocket's popular QuickMix.