DCSquares Mobile

The first version of DCSquares Mobile is now available through the iTunes App Store for iPhone and iPod Touch. The mobile version uses the accelerometer to control the player and has its own separate high score table.

Check out DCSquares Mobile in the iTunes App Store, or at the new DCSquares Mobile website at http://www.dcsquaresapp.com/iphone/

Last.fm for iPhone and iPod Touch 2.0 Released

Last.fm for iPhone and iPod Touch version 2.0.0 is now available on iTunes. Here’s what’s new:

• Streamlined user interface
• Tagging
• Personal tag radio
• Common artists when viewing a profile
• A brand new calendar-based events view
• Support for firmware 2.1
• And much, much more!

To install the update, click “Check for updates” at the bottom of your iTunes Applications list, or tap the Updates tab of the App Store on your device.

DCSquares for iPhone

I’m putting the finishing touches on porting DCSquares to the iPhone. I’ll have more info soon, but in the meantime here’s a teaser:

Last.fm for iPhone and iPod Touch version 1.0.2 Released

Last.fm for iPhone and iPod Touch version 1.0.2 is now available on iTunes. Here’s what’s new:

* Bug fixes and stability improvements
* Defer error popups until device is unlocked
* Disable auto-lock during playback
* Improve playback of tracks while device is locked
* Start buffering the next track near the end of the current track
* Fix display of events for non-English locales
* Properly display ampersands in radio station titles

To install the update, click “Check for updates” at the bottom of your iTunes Applications list, or tap the Updates tab of the App Store on your device.

Last.fm for iPhone and iPod Touch version 1.0.1 Released

Last.fm for iPhone and iPod Touch version 1.0.1 is now available on iTunes. Here’s what’s new:

  • Better recommendations
  • Support for multiple playlists for subscribers
  • Support for My Library
  • Song name on lock screen
  • Less buffering over 3G
  • Retain the search results if you come back to them
  • Bug, stability and performance fixes

To install the update, click “Check for updates” at the bottom of your iTunes Applications list, or tap the Updates tab of the App Store on your device.

Also, we’ve set up an official group for support requests and feedback here: http://www.last.fm/group/Last.fm+for+iPhone+and+iPod+Touch

Last.fm for iPhone and iPod Touch now available on iTunes

We are pleased to announce the launch of Last.fm on the iPhone and iPod Touch! Sam Steele, our iPhone development army of one, has been cranking away at a full blown Last.fm app on Apple’s mobile platforms for months now and the results are nothing short of insanely great.

Read the rest of the official announcement over at the Last.fm blog and grab Last.fm from the iTunes Store (US, UK, Canada, France, Germany, and Spain for now).

Last.fm for iPhone and iPod Touch

Listen to free streaming radio on your iPhone with Last.fm. Last.fm allows you to listen to your favourite artists, discover new music, and share music with the friends in your iPhone contact list. (http://www.last.fm) Coming soon to the iTunes App Store! Listen to more than 4 million songs over EDGE, 3G, or WiFi.

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MobileScrobbler 1.4.3

New Features

  • New radio player HUD contributed by Smooquai
  • New radio icons contributed by CompC
  • Add an option to queue tracks while device is asleep
  • Updated French, German, Italian, Norwegian, and Russian translations

Bug Fixes

  • Fix a crash that can occur when playing a non-existant playlist
  • Fix a crash that can occur when the last.fm server is unreachable
  • Stop caching playlists
  • Improved detection of duplicate scrobbles

Head on over to the MobileScrobbler website for installation instructions, screenshots, and more!

MobileScrobbler 1.4.0

New Features

  • Redesigned layout
  • Redesigned Now Playing screens by Jan Garcia
  • Browse your friends and listen to their radio stations
  • Keeps a list of your recent radio stations so you can easily restart them
  • Configure MobileScrobbler settings through Preferences.app
  • Multitouch gestures to ban, love, and skip tracks
  • View your top artists, top tracks, and top albums
  • Ban and love tracks from the Recent Tracks list
  • Remove ban and love from the Recently Banned and Recently Loved lists
  • Browse a top listener’s profile by tapping their username
  • Display arbitrary track metadata by passing command line arguments -track, -artist, and -album
  • Empty the metadata and image caches with the tap of a button
  • Compatible with firmware 1.1.3

Bug Fixes

  • Increase scrobbler daemon startup delay
  • Continue updating the progress scrubber while scrolling
  • Hide the ‘Now Playing’ button if nothing is playing
  • Don’t scrobble podcasts and audio books
  • Require confirmation for loving / banning tracks
  • Plug a few memory leaks
  • Faster loading of track and user data

MobileScrobbler 1.4.0 should be available in Commuity Sources in a few days. Until then, it is available from my beta repository at http://dev.c99.org/iphone-beta/

MobileScrobbler on firmware 1.1.3

MobileScrobbler 1.4 will be compatible with firmware 1.1.3 using Nate True’s soft update jailbreak.

Starting with MobileScrobbler 1.4 beta 2 which should be out tomorrow, there will be two separate packages, one for firmware 1.1.1/1.1.2 and one for firmware 1.1.3, due to slight differences in the new firmware that are not compatible with previous versions.

Update: MobileScrobbler 1.4 beta 2 is now available in my beta repository for both firmware 1.1.1/1.1.2 and the new firmware 1.1.3. You can grab it by adding the following repository and installing the MobileScrobbler package:

http://dev.c99.org/iphone-beta/

Update #2: I’ve removed 1.4b2 for firmware 1.1.1/1.1.2 as it appears to be crashing. I’ll downgrade my iPhone tonight and get that resolved. The package for firmware 1.1.3 is still working fine.

Update #3: MobileScrobbler 1.4b2-3 should resolve the “Database too busy” and “Scrobbler is working offline” issues. Please refresh your sources in Installer.app and install this update.

Update #4: MobileScrobbler 1.4b3 is now available. This release is compatible with the dev team’s official 1.1.3 jailbreak. Also, a separate package is no longer required for the 1.1.3 version. Please remove the “MobileScrobbler (1.1.3)” package and use the standard MobileScrobbler package instead. NOTE: If you use the dev team’s official 1.1.3 jailbreak, the preferences application will not be able to start / stop the scrobbler when you press the toggle button. You must reboot your device for the change to take affect.

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