On April 6, Google pulled Grooveshark from the Android Market because of licensing and copyright concerns.We showed you how to grab the old Grooveshark app from a download website, but now Grooveshark has struck back and offered an official non-Android-Market version of its app.
Grooveshark Premium users are good to go, but non-Premium users get a two-week trial of Premium services.
This will only work on Android phones that allow external applications (sorry AT&T customers).
Click here to download the app from Grooveshark using your Android device.
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