I've been using the iOS app for the past month without issue. After listening to music most of the night, though, I did not submit these scrobbles before syncing my phone. Once the sync was completed, I launched the Last.fm app, hit scan, and about 100 new scrobbles showed up, which was a lot more than I had listened to since the previous scan. I noticed that the dates for some of these were spanning back months, and just assumed the app was reading the last playsd date on the new songs that were added after the sync, so I kept going and hit submit.
After a moment, though, I was presented with the update notification at the top of the app telling me that it was submitting just over 6,000 scrobbles, and already I could see it was double- or triple-submitting scrobbles.
I've forced close the app and have only opened it once more to grab that screenshot, but I can confirm that about 100 of these repeat scrobbles went through, as I'm seeing them on the website. Most songs have a repeat scrobble almost immediately following the initial one, going back about a week.
Is there anything I can do? Should I uninstall and reinstall the app to see if it kills that attempt to submit the rest?
I tried to find a version number for the app, but couldn't find anything without having to open it again. But the version is whatever is live in the App Store right now.
A lot more that 100 have gone through now. I refreshed the page I was on from a month ago and now I'm seeing the repeats there as well. They're simple enough to spot as the repeat's timestamp is at the exact same time as the song that actually did play then. But I'm at a loss as how to stop this from getting worse.