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Vodafone offers music-tracking phone app

Last.fm lets you share your music with friends

Vodafone is teaming up with Last.fm to offer mobile phone users an app that tracks the music they listen to and builds an online profile they can share with their friends.

Last.fm's Scrobbler system is currently only available for a select number of handsets including the Nokia N96, N78 and 219. However, Vodafone says it will offer compatability with more handsets in the future. As well as sharing their musical tastes with their friends, the app also offers a feature that suggests new music based on the tracks they are currently listening too.

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VODAFONE_LOGO"With Last.fm, Vodafone continues to pioneer social networking on mobiles, delivering a new, relevant and unique music experience, to millions of customers, across our high speed, reliable network," said Javier Foncillas, head of branded content at Vodafone.

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"We're working hard to ensure that the Last.fm experience is available everywhere, from your desktop through hardware to phones, and this is another big step towards that goal," added Martin Stiksel, Last.fm co-founder.

The app can be downloaded from the Last.fm website.

See also: Vodafone offers £20m for navigation firm Wayfinder

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