Things just keep getting fringing better and better on my Nokia N95. Really.
Fring already has been giving me ton’s of useful features like access to various IM services, Skype calling, Facebook and even Twitter.
And today Fring announced that it is bringing a Last.fm functionality via it’s application.
Yep, now you can listen to Last.fm channels and your own library, favorite and recommend songs, skip and ban tracks you don’t like, and do other cool stuff you could do only on PC before today.
And it even get’s better.
Fring can take your Friends list from Last.fm and then match it with your friends data on Twitter, GTalk or some other IM service. This way you can see what your friends are listening right now and talk to them about it instantly.
Here’s a video of the Fring/Last.fm functionality:
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