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This article was published on April 18, 2011

Sneaking past the market, Grooveshark is now back on Android

Sneaking past the market, Grooveshark is now back on Android
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After being kicked out of the Android market by Google over possible copyright concerns 12 days ago (see our original report here), Grooveshark, everyone’s favorite new music service is now back on Android.

Today MobileCrunch reports that Grooveshark has bypassed the official App Market by allowing users to install the 3rd party application through the browser at m.grooveshark.com. Unfortunately for AT&T customers, the telecom giant has disabled this option, so you’re out of luck.

FYI: For Grooveshark’s mobile access, you’ll need to be a VIP Subscriber ($9 per month).