Since last.fm slammed the door shut for mobile listeners, KLastFM and CoboltFM stopped playing. Fortunately Liquid Bear plays last.fm radio by using a smart trick. It gets the playlists from last.fm and the music from vk.com. The app has a simple and effective tab layout, and it pulls lyrics in if you long-tap a song in the play queue or hit the drop-shaped button in the playback tab.
You need a vk.com account to listen, but you can simply make an account with a fantasy name and never visit vk.com again.
Liquid Bear shows the remaining track time in addition to elapsed time since the December 31, 2012 update, and you don't need a last.fm account anymore. It helps to have a last.fm account, though. Without an account Liquid Bear plays music, but it won't use your personal music library or scrobble anything to last.fm.
The January 6, 2013 update adds an equalizer and a button to choose which version of a song to play if vk.com has multiple copies.
Edit: sort of fixed in an update. Now it doesn't crash the app, but just restarts the song.
Liquid Bear still won't let you change the sort order of the play queue. Maybe in the next version?
Edit: fixed in an update. You can now remove tracks from the queue without stopping the music or crashing the app.
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