Last.fm will close its subscription-based radio streaming service on April 28

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Last.fm will abandon its subscription radio streaming service on April 28. The company has been slowly withdrawing from this space for some time, killing off its homegrown player last year in most markets and prioritizing its ability to record, or “scrobble” the tracks its users are listening to through other apps. Radio was still available in the US, UK and Germany; free and ad-supported on the Web, or ad-free with a subscription. This feature was also offered in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and Brazil, but only for Last.fm subscribers. As of next month though, subscriber radio will no longer...



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