March 27, 2014
Music streaming services are experiencing a black week. Yesterday the end of Twitter Music was known, which has not even reached the year of existence. And today Last.fm has announced that on April 28 it will close its subscription streaming radio service.
The company has been gradually withdrawing from this space for some time, eliminating its own player last year in most markets and prioritizing its ability to record the tracks that its users are listening to through other applications. , known as scrobbling.
Starting next month, however, subscription radio will no longer exist. However, it will be possible to listen to radio stations using its new YouTube-powered music player, or through the Spotify integration announced in January.
via Last.fm will shut down its subscription streaming radio service in April.
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