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7Digital Adds Last.fm Support to Their App

7digital 7Digital announced that they have added Last.fm features in their latest version 1.2 of their application. This new version allows users to scrobble played applications in real time. This gives Last.fm the ability to update a users song recommendations. It also updates the “Now Playing” status for a users on their Last.fm profile which is pretty cool.

Additional features include:

  • Enhanced 7digital store artist search
  • Support for the BlackBerry Curve 8350i smartphone
  • Netherlands store support and localization with local artist tracks and albums
  • Additional country access for 15 European countries: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech

You can download the updated 7Digital app now at www.7digital.com/bb

7digital Links With Last.fm For New Version Of BlackBerry App

London, England, 22nd February 2010 – 7digital, a leading digital media company, today announces a new version of its award winning BlackBerry App.
The latest release, version 1.2, features integration with Last.fm. Users can now link their Last.fm account to 7digital’s BlackBerry App, allowing them to scrobble played tracks in real time. This permits Last.fm to update a user’s recommendations based on their mobile listening habits. The ‘Now Playing’ status is also updated on a user’s Last.fm profile, showing what they are listening to at any given time on their BlackBerry smartphone.
Additional new features to the 7digital App include:

  • Enhanced 7digital store artist search
  • Support for the BlackBerry Curve 8350i smartphone
  • Netherlands store support and localization with local artist tracks and albums
  • Additional country access for 15 European countries: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech

Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia.
Ben Drury, CEO of 7digital, comments “With this latest release we are bringing the BlackBerry music experience to users in over 20 European countries, as well as North America and Canada.  With the Last.fm integration the App is moving beyond a simple download store and becoming a more complete music platform for the user.”
Other upgrades to the service include media card encryption support, improved My Locker refresh performance and the ability to download greater volumes of data through improved carrier network support.
The App has already proven popular with BlackBerry users, having been downloaded over 200,000 times since launch, winning the BlackBerry Developer Challenge & BlackBerry EMEA Innovation Award, Entertainment in 2009 and is a finalist in the Mobile Innovation Grand Prix, part of the Global Mobile Awards at Mobile World Congress on 16th February 2010.  The App was developed using 7digital’s Application Programming Interface (API) by DevelopIQ.

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