(third-person singular simple present scrobbles
, present participle scrobbling
, simple past and past participle scrobbled
To publish one's music-listening habits via software, as counted events when songs or albums are played, to selected internet services in order to track them over time, out of curiosity and/or to make them visible to others. (Source: Wiktionary
June 16, 2011 the Album of the Evening
forum topic was started on CA. This topic encourages readers to share what they are listening to each evening. Over 1200 replies and hundreds of new music discoveries later it's time to take things to the next level with CA Scrobbles. CA Scrobbles enables users of JRiver Media Center, version 17.0.80 or newer, to automatically post on Computer Audiophile without leaving the application or interrupting a listening session. Information such as track, artist, album, bit depth, and sample rate are automatically published to the CA Scrobbles page in real time. Users who prefer to keep their ABBA, Britney Spears, or Milli Vanilli listening habits to themselves can easily do so by creating a simple filter within JRiver. Read more to start sharing and discovering.