Adding your data to Listenbrainz
There are many ways to submit your listening history to ListenBrainz:
- VLC, cross-platform multimedia player:
VLC Listenbrainz plugin
- mpd, cross-platform server-side application for playing music:
- Strawberry, a cross-platform music player which supports ListenBrainz natively
- Foobar2000, full-fledged audio player for Windows:
- MusicBee, a music manager and player for Windows:
- Rhythmbox, a music playing application for GNOME:
- Lollypop, a modern music player for GNOME
- cmus, a console-based music player for Unix-like operating systems:
Standalone programs/streaming servers
- Funkwhale, a decentralized music sharing and listening platform with built-in support for ListenBrainz
- Jellyfin, a free software media streaming system:
- Rescrobbled, a universal Linux scrobbler for MPRIS enabled players
- mpris-scrobbler, a minimalistic unix scrobbler for MPRIS enabled players
- Eavesdrop.FM, submits Plex music listening data to ListenBrainz
- AudioStreamerScrobbler, submit listens from hardware audiostreamers (Bluesound/BluOS, MusicCast, HEOS)
- applescript-listenbrainz, an applescript service to submit Apple Music listens
- SmashTunes, a Mac menu bar utility for displaying the current track. Submits Apple Music and Spotify listens.
- Web Scrobbler, an extension for Firefox and Chromium-based browsers
- Last.fm Scrobbler, an extension for Firefox and Chrome
- Simple Last.fm Scrobbler, for Android devices
- Pano Scrobbler, a scrobbling application for Android Devices
Submitting via Spotify
ListenBrainz can automatically record listens from Spotify.
Importing the same listens from two different sources such as Last.FM and Spotify may cause the creation of duplicates in your listen history. If you opt into our automatic Spotify import, you may notice duplications in the last 50 listens on Spotify.This is a temporary issue while we find better ways to deduplicate listens.
Connect your Spotify account to ListenBrainz.
For advanced users
Developers are able to submit their listens to Listenbrainz using the Listenbrainz API. Information on how to do this can be found in the API docs