Last.fm Radio Player for Nokia Smartphones [S60 3rd Edition]

I am more into internet radios these days, and love playing music on Last.fm and Pandora radio channels, but having the N95 as my regular companion I was looking for a Nokia smartphone application that would help me play radio channels from the above services on my cellphone.

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Pandora does have support to play music on cellphones, but currently it does not support any Nokia phones. To my joy, I came across a really handy Nokia application called Mobbler which allows users to play Last.fm radio stations on Nokia S60 3rd edition based phones.

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Mobbler, Mobile Scrobbler, is a last.fm radio player and scrobbler for Nokia S60 3rd edition smartphones. It allows you to listen to your last.fm radio stations and to scrobble tracks played using the Nokia S60 Music Player. Music player scrobbling can be done both whilst you listen, or queued offline to be submitted later.

Once you download and install Mobbler, you will have to provide your last.fm username and password, before you can create new radio stations and start listening to music. Just like the online player you can easily favorite a song, ban it from playing again, search for the song on Amazon or skip and play the next track.

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The quality of the music streaming is pretty good even both on a WiFi network and even when I used the application on a 3G connection. Overall a must have for music lovers who love last.fm and would like to listen to music on the go.

Download Mobbler Last.fm Radio Player for Nokia Smartphones [S60 3rd Edition]

Image Credit: Nokia Image via Flickr feed for shch_andrey

3 thoughts on “Last.fm Radio Player for Nokia Smartphones [S60 3rd Edition]”

  1. This apps seems great, but at last it need GPRS/3G enabled and activated which costs a bit. Better install a God MP3 Player like LCG Jukebox and listen to fav. music anytime :)

  2. I heard about a new site that is similar to last.fm but offers a much better user experience. I just can not for the life of me remember it. I was some kind of a web20 name and began with an ‘S’

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