GrooveMobile for Windows Phone 7.1/7.5
If you are familiar with the work of XDA member scilor, you´ll remember this app was previously made for WM with very good acceptance. Now it´s time for the Windows Phone version. GrooveMobile is an application like Pandora which uses GrooveShark to play music on your your device. Just search for your favorite songs and play them by selecting any entry you like. According to some members , this app is working only on Windows Phone 7.1/7.5 with Mango updates.
The application can be found for free in the original thread.
Please be aware that this app is in alpha state, so bugs are expected and the developer is counting on your feedback to improve future versions.
Originally posted by scilor
SciLor’s GrooveMobile Alpha 1 (2011-05-29)
I am currently working on a version of my GrooveMobile for WP7.1, supporting background listening.
Due to I have no phone for testing, is there anyone who likes to test the current state of the application? You will need an “open” phone, because this app may only find its way to the market if it is nearly bugfree.
Continue to the application thread .
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