Grooveshark Resurrected On The iPhone With New HTML5 Web App

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  • FriarNurgle

    w00t!!!

  • Al

    Killian,

    Sorry I don’t get that last sentence? Shouldn’t that read “illegally” rather than “legally”? Or am I misunderstanding?

  • r moore82

    Looks like it is gone again..

    Doh….not an APP but a URL…

  • Tom Watson

    Seems as if you can’t access your account from here. But it plays the music! 

  • Mitch McKee

    I’m not even sure how streaming services manage to be successful in the first place. It’s just like listening to the radio, you’re just listening to someone else’s choices. Even if GrooveShark does have a library where you can pick and choose music, if you’re going to be a pirate, then just do it. There’s no way I’d ever be able to use a service where I have to hope they have music I like. You have an iPhone? Then you have a music player. Take advantage.