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GrooveMobile Alpha v5 Available
Member scilor has developed a neat Grooveshark player for Windows Mobile devices, that allows users to search through and listen to songs from the popular online radio site wherever they are. For those who are not familiar with Grooveshark, it’s a successful, subscription-free audio streaming website like Last.fm and Spofity.
Scilor’s user- and finger-friendly interface allows for quick searching for desired songs, local playlist creation and smooth streaming of songs either through WiFi or a good 3G connection.
Originally posted by scilor
GrooveMobile is a grooveshark(tm).com player for Windows Mobile. Now with local playlists and an update checker! Now with option to dump your online playlists. For now I will use Barguast’s Groovefish Sources
.NET Framework version 3.5 is a prerequisite for the app, and beware that as the software is still in the ‘alpha’ stages it will be prone to bugs and frequent changes. Those interested can continue on to the application thread.
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