Wednesday , September 20 2017

Music streaming service Grooveshark back on the Play Store

Music streaming service, Grooveshark, has finally had its Android app placed back on the Google Play Store after being removed months ago due to licensing issues among other things. The app includes a free 14-day/50-play trial after which you’ll need to sign up for either $9/mo or $90/yr to play as much music on your phone and tablet as you like.

According to Wikipedia — yep, add salt — Grooveshark has 22 million songs available for streaming; against 15+ million on MOG, and 15 million on Spotify. You can check out the app over at the Play Store.

Source: Grooveshark (Facebook).

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