Here’s the feature breakdown:
– Vastly improved user interface all around (tap to zoom album art included)
– Ability to tag songs
– Personal tag radio
– Calendar based events view
– Common artists when viewing a user profile
– Many other usability and back-end features
"We’re working to release the app in as many countries as possible and this version is available now in the following: US, UK, Canada, Germany, Spain and France. We’re also working on some back-end changes that will make streaming more reliable on slower connections, so stay tuned," revealed Toby Padilla on the Last.fm blog.
"This version is a great improvement from the first, but it is by no means the end of the line, so please send us feedback! We’re looking forward to making the app even better with your help," he added.
Here’s a YouTube clip showing an earlier build of the application – there is a more up-to-date clip now available from Last.fm, but we can’t embed it, sorry.