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GrooveMobile v14 Available
Looking for an app like Pandora for you Windows Mobile Phone? XDA Member scilor has been working on GrooveMobile. It is now on v14 and it has made a long way from previous versions. GrooveMobile uses GrooveShark to play music on your Windows Mobile Phone. It is now using Barguast’s Groovefish Sources. And is also capable of skinning if you are interested in that sort of thing. Along with numerous other features, you have the option to dump your online playlists to your phone, so you can listen to what you listen to on your computer while on the go. GrooveMobile now supports local playlists and can check for updates. It features a very nice and simple UI compared to most media players.
If you want to give it a try on your Windows Mobile phone, check out the discussion thread.
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