There's at least some good news about Grooveshark these days. The site is being sued, again, by EMI, but while the legal battle continues, the team is working on bringing the site to the mobile space.
As the app has been pushed out of the iTunes App Store and the Google Play Store
, it's understandable that Grooveshark is going HTML5.
There already was a bare-bones, experimental HTML5 version
of the site, but this one's ready for actual use. It's looking quite snazzy too.
"Long weeks, sleepless nights, and copious amounts of caffeine have given birth our browser-based HTML5 web-app. Your personal playlists, genre stations, and the rest of your favorite Grooveshark features are all accessible simply by going to Grooveshark.com on your mobile browser," Grooveshark wrote