Grooveshark Arrives on Android for VIP Members
Online music search engine, streaming service, and recommendation tool Grooveshark is now available for Android. The app, like its web counterpart, allows users to search for, stream, and upload music. And like the best things in life, it’s free. Ok, well somewhat. The Android app requires a VIP account which runs either $3 a month or $30 a year.Â
So what do you get if you drop a few bucks each month?Â For starters, you get 10x the music selection and none of the ads.Â Users of the the website also have the ability to change themes and custom tailor the experience.Â The Android Market description says “This version is only available to Grooveshark VIP members” leading us to believe a Lite version might be on the way.
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