Scrobble music all around the web!
Web Scrobbler helps music listeners to scrobble their online playback history.
Web Scrobbler is a browser extension created for people who listen to music online through their browser, and would like to keep an updated playback history using scrobbling services, such as Last.fm, Libre.fm and ListenBrainz.
Want to get started?
Install the extension
Download and install the extension for your browser. You can use the download buttons above.
Sign in to your accounts
Open the extension options, and go to the "Accounts" section, then sign in to a scrobbling service you want to use.
Start listening to music!
Just open any of websites supported (e.g. Spotify) and start listening to music.
Multiple Scrobbling Services
Scrobble your music to Last.fm, Libre.fm, and ListenBrainz.
Built-in Metadata Filter
The metadata filter cleans track info up and removes redundant track suffixes.
Now Playing Notifications
Notifications of now playing tracks with extended track info (a website name, a track play count). Note: this does not currently work in Safari.
Many Websites Supported
We currently support scrobbling to many different websites with more being added with each release.
Powered by WebExtensions
Available for Chrome, Chromium-based browsers (Opera, Vivaldi, etc), Firefox, and Safari (macOS and iOS).
Open Source & Ad-free
The extension is free for everyone and does not contain ads or banners.
Web Scrobbler is an open source project being developed by a great number of contributors. We always welcome any kind of contributions!
Here are some of the things you can do to improve Web Scrobbler:
- File bug reports or feature requests
- Develop new features and submit pull requests
- Create or improve translations
- Tell your friends about Web Scrobbler
If you want to support development of the extension, consider donating to Web Scrobbler via OpenCollective. Your support is greatly appreciated!
Donations made in 2023 may be used to have one of our primary contributors work full time on the project for a limited time, see our OpenCollective page for more details.