Grooveshark Gives Up Waiting for Google Play Store Approval, Launches HTML5 Website

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  • 08 Sep 2012
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  • Grooveshark is tired of the troubles it’s having with record labels and other companies out there and having their app pulled from the Play Store for many months and put back a week ago, only to be removed again, they took action. Being tired of the all the Play Store debacle, the service opted for a HTML5 web app instead.

    Meanwhile, the company behind the music streaming service hopes to still get the Android app working on the Play Store in the future. The site they published now is free and ad supported. It allows users to sign in, in order to access saved playlists and should work fine on iOS and Android. Other platforms with browsers up to date and supportive of HTML5 will allow the web app to work. From what I understand, the service is available only in USA for now, through the site.

    Sadly there’s no offline mode for the web app, but this is a free service after all, with your full music collection inside, so deal with it! Grooveshark promised an international launch in the coming months, so hold tight and wait for it!

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    SOURCE: The Verge
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