Online music service Grooveshark offers mobile apps for iPhone and Android users who pay for a Grooveshark VIP account (although the iOS version is only available for jailbreakers). There’s currently no official GrooveShark app for Windows Mobile, but a third party developer has built one and you don’t need a VIP account to use it.

SciLor’s GrooveMobile is available as a free download, and it lets you search for songs and stream them from Grooveshark on your mobile device. You can also save or delete playlists, or import playlists from the Grooveshark web service.

The app features a pretty simple user interface, with a search bar, playlist area, and pause button. That’s about it. You can also shuffle tracks or repeat a playlist.

via xda-developers

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