Last.fm gets a facelift

Last.fm has today introduced its all-new look online, boosting the appearance with a bunch of new features to implement the social music site’s pervasive, device agnostic vision. The site redesign focuses on keeping things clean and easy to navigate.
New features include:

– A new Library tool, into which users can place ongs or artists in order to build their music profile.

– Instant Recommendations: no need to listen to music to build recommendations. Search for artists and click “Add to Library” for instant music and event recommendations.

– Real-Time Chart Updates: listen to a song, and the charts on your profile immediately reflect sthe play. Your recommendations update in real–time.

The company also touted its multiple recent moves to boost its reach beyond the PC such as last week’s introduction of an iPhone application, which lets users stream tracks to their phone; its recent partnership with Logitech to give music fans access to the Last.fm music listening experience through their home stereos; and its ongoing relationship with owner, CBS.

Last.fm offers over five million tracks for free online streaming playback.

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