scrobble (third-person singular simple present scrobbles, present participle scrobbling, simple past and past participle scrobbled)
- (Internet, slang) To publish one's music-listening habits via software, as counted events when songs or albums are played, to selected internet services in order to track them over time, out of curiosity and/or to make them visible to others.
The scroblr extension adds scrobbling capabilities to the following websites:
Abacast, AccuRadio, Amazon Music, Bandcamp, Beats Music, Digitally Imported, Dubtrack.fm, Earbits, Focus@Will, Google Play, Hoopla, Jango, NPR, Pandora, Player.fm, plug.dj, Pocket Casts, Relevant Magazine, Rhapsody, SomaFM, Songza, TheDrop.club, This Is My Jam, Tidal, VK, YouTube
scroblr is licensed under the terms of the MIT License, see the included MIT-LICENSE file.