Please Register or Log in to view images Even the best music gets old. Please Register or Log in to view images App Name: Last.fm Version: 2.0.1 Seller: Last.fm Price: Free Category: Music Official Description: Create personal radio stations based on any artist or genre, and listen to commercial-free music for hours. (Source: Last.fm) Requirements: 2.0 software update, EDGE/3G/Wi-Fi connection, Last.fm account Available For: All devices. Lite Version: If there was one, they'd have to pay you to download it. The thing's already free. Please Register or Log in to view images Last.fm and Pandora are the two main websites in the "Tell-us-what-music-you-like-and-we'll-play-you-some-stuff-you-might-also-like" business. Pandora concentrates more on the "scientific" similarities between songs, using various elements identified by the Music Genome Project. Last.fm is more of a social site, basing its recommendations on the listening habits of others. Please Register or Log in to view images Please Register or Log in to view images When you first launch Last.fm, you'll be presented with a login screen. If you already have a Last.fm user account, simply enter your username and password, tap "Log In," and you're ready to go. If you don't have an account, simply touch the "Sign Up" button to get one; it's free. Pick a username and password, enter your email if you want to, and then create your account. Please Register or Log in to view images Once you've logged in, the main screen of the app will appear, with two tabs at the bottom: "Radio" and "Profile." "Radio" is, well, radio, and it's from here that you can organize all of your personal stations as well as create new ones. The "Profile" tab shows some information about you, such as the artists you listen to the most and the concerts you're attending. Please Register or Log in to view images When you create a radio station, you can choose to search by either artist, tag, or user. Tags are keywords such as "indie" or "blues." Users are the other people who use Last.fm; if you like what a particular person's been listening to, you can search for them and create a radio station based on their music. Artists are rather self-explanatory. Results begin appearing as you type; just tap one to start a new station. Please Register or Log in to view images Please Register or Log in to view images Since this is Internet radio, songs need to buffer before you can play them, but as long as you have a good connection it shouldn't take more than a few seconds. Once the track loads, you're presented with some basic controls: a "Stop" button, which will stop playing the station altogether (not just the song), a "Skip" button (unlike Pandora, you can skip as many songs as you want), a "Love" button (which tells Last.fm that it's heading in the right direction with its recommendations), a "Ban" button (which tells it the exact opposite), and a volume slider. Please Register or Log in to view images Tapping the "i" in the upper-right corner will bring up a screen with a short, community-edited bio of the band you're listening to. From this screen, you can also see the band's tags, artists that Last.fm thinks are similar (tap to create a radio station based on one), a list of the band's upcoming concerts, and a list of the band's top listeners on Last.fm. As you can see, the "Events" tab has a slight graphical glitch, but it's nothing major and certainly doesn't hinder the section's usefulness. The "Events" tab can also be reached by tapping the red "On Tour" banner that appears over a song's album artwork.