One of the most hotly-awaited Facebook apps was the one by music service Last.fm, which went live last week (you can add it to your profile by clicking here). However, users have been grumbling about bugs, missing features or simply that it isn’t living up to their expectations.
Thankfully, coders have stepped in to help, producing a bunch of unofficial Last.fm apps for Facebook. One of the best is Last.fm Plus, which has been developed by Paul Wells.
It’s simultaneously more whizzy and more user-friendly than the official app, allowing people to see your most recently played tracks, top weekly artists and tracks, with buttons to play them too.
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