When you’re looking for new playlists, there is no reason not to pull out all of the stops. Last.fm was the early music app darling, allowing us to scrobble our way through tracks. All of the data we’ve put into the service based on our listening habits can be pulled out via its API. But what can we do with all of that information? SpotiLast has figured that out, by using artist suggestions made to you on Last.fm to compile Spotify playlists.
By simply allowing SpotiLast to access your Last.fm account, you’ll be given a playlist automagically based on your listening habits and recommendations to use on Spotify. It’s a music listener’s dream.And since both services have a publicly available API, developers can tinker around with mashup apps like SpotiLast, it’s one of the most exciting spaces for me on the web. Taking data from one place, and using it elsewhere is exactly what the Internet is all about.
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