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 Cloud Player, Bandcamp, Beats Music, Earbits, Focus@Will, Google Play, Jango, Pandora, Player.fm, plug.dj, Rhapsody, SomaFM, Songza, Sony Music Unlimited, Soundcloud, VK, YouTube
scroblr is licensed under the terms of the MIT License, see the included MIT-LICENSE file.