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A year subscription to Grooveshark Anywhere (including mobile access) for $20 USD and all proceeds go to Japan Red Cross.

Got my code within minutes, all activated and up and running on laptop and iPhone.
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#1
Sorry, no idea why but the "Go to Deal" lnk just reverts to HUKD

Link HERE
#2
I've got this deal a few months ago for something like £9, shame Google and Apple keep giving these lot hell and they'll just go and remove the app off the market.

Hot for great value and charity.
5 Likes #3
Would be helpful to say what this service is about. Not everyone knows :)
1 Like #4
Grooveshark isn't exactly legal:

http://thenextweb.com/us/2010/10/19/how-the-heck-is-grooveshark-still-online/

I prefer to pay Spotify, which gets its licencing deals in order BEFORE making tracks available.



Edited By: mikerr on Apr 25, 2011 10:53
#5
pet2000
Would be helpful to say what this service is about. Not everyone knows :)

Grooveshark is basically a Spotify alternative, $$20 for a year v £10 pcm basically

Stream music, make available offline etc
#6
It is more sluggish (while using) than we7.com

Which service is better? For 20 USD /a year is a very good price...
So Grooveshark VS we7.com?
3 Likes #7
If your looking for an on-line music player it may be worth giving MFLOW a go, subscription free and browser based (relies on you occasionally buying albums though their is no need to).

Ment to add that it has no mobile version though unlike spotify.

Edited By: HenrysCat on Apr 25, 2011 11:11
2 Likes #8
A year of Grooveshark Anywhere for a charitable donation of just over £12? Fantastic deal.

Edited By: Jaffo on Apr 25, 2011 11:26: For sh1ts and giggles
#9
For a music player which has the majority of music you're looking for go to Grooveshark. (If not you can always just upload it yourself)

we7 seems to be like iTunes but with full song previews. Plus it looks a LOT more complicated compared to Grooveshark.
#10
what does paid version give you over free?
#11
HenrysCat
If your looking for an on-line music player it may be worth giving MFLOW a go, subscription free and browser based (relies on you occasionally buying albums though their is no need to).

Ment to add that it has no mobile version though unlike spotify.


awesome stuff!
#12
Is anyone else having difficulty paying with card?
#13
I'm in! Would I be able to access it on all of my mobile phones or is it limited to one?
#14
I'm in! Would I be able to access it on all of my mobile phones or is it limited to one?


You can use it on more than one phone at the same time: I currently have it on my X10 mini pro and on my brothers blackberry 9300. Both will work at the same time - using it on the blackberry won't log you off other phones or anything.


Edited By: Numpti on Apr 25, 2011 17:25
#15
Numpti
I'm in! Would I be able to access it on all of my mobile phones or is it limited to one?


You can use it on more than one phone at the same time: I currently have it on my X10 mini pro and on my brothers blackberry 9300. Both will work at the same time - using it on the blackberry won't log you off other phones or anything.




WHAT?? THATS CRAZY!
1 Like #16
Anywhere gives you unlimited access to all songs and ability to play when offline. Free version on iPhone is 15 days or add supported on a PC with no offline ability.
#17
Stunning Deal - many thanks OP.
#18
Mflow does the same but is completely free.
#19
Hot from me, although I am a Spotify subscriber, I'm sure I saw the Grooveshark mobile app in Cydia for iPhone users looking for a cloud based media service.
#20
but it's illegal right?
#21
Is the Grooveshark app only available on Cydia or also via the official App Store?
#22
argh... all due respect to Japan, I would have bought one of those Panda tees for the same price - giving a year of GSA AND a cool tee shirt that helps pandas. Anyway, hot deal nonetheless, maybe work editing post to mention similar deal if buying the alternative tee shirt.
#23
ManiZ
Is the Grooveshark app only available on Cydia or also via the official App Store?


Cydia only. And it is also not on the Android market any more, but you can simply download the .apk from the Grooveshark site when you browse it on your mobile.
#24
Great deal many thanks OP
#25
I pay $3.52 monthly otherwise I would have done for this
#26
raphman
argh... all due respect to Japan, I would have bought one of those Panda tees for the same price - giving a year of GSA AND a cool tee shirt that helps pandas. Anyway, hot deal nonetheless, maybe work editing post to mention similar deal if buying the alternative tee shirt.


http://store.grooveshark.com/ - Pickles! Tee + Year GSA = $20 - $2 from every Pickles shirt sold will be donated to Pandas International! (XSmall, medium sold out though)

:)
#27
I'm on spotify premium, is it worh to switch to Grooveshark?
#28
nerner
raphman
argh... all due respect to Japan, I would have bought one of those Panda tees for the same price - giving a year of GSA AND a cool tee shirt that helps pandas. Anyway, hot deal nonetheless, maybe work editing post to mention similar deal if buying the alternative tee shirt.


http://store.grooveshark.com/ - Pickles! Tee + Year GSA = $20 - $2 from every Pickles shirt sold will be donated to Pandas International! (XSmall, medium sold out though)

:)


I believe you have to pay p&p on top of that.
1 Like #29
mspychala
I'm on spotify premium, is it worh to switch to Grooveshark?


One is obviously illegal and the other ain't.

Just think about how they can afford to charge such low prices. They pay very little in royalties, if any since the publishers consider them to be illegal.

Their business pan is that they have uploaded music on their database (from users) and then people can claim royalties off them afterwards at an agreed price. The problem is that they allow DCMA requests to take place, but take-downs can't keep up with uploads.

All this happens while they make money off ads and subs.

Grooveshark is like bittorrent (without the direct p2p aspect) with a nice searchable gui.

Edited By: ghost101 on Apr 26, 2011 02:14: .
#30
Cold - mflow is free
#31
Theres shipping of $13.50 for the t-shirt deal to the UK, no thanks :/
#32
if it's not legal, then surely you might as well just nick all your music and have done with it.. I'm sticking with Spotify premium.
1 Like #33
mikerr
Grooveshark isn't exactly legal:

http://thenextweb.com/us/2010/10/19/how-the-heck-is-grooveshark-still-online/

I prefer to pay Spotify, which gets its licencing deals in order BEFORE making tracks available.




siksik6
if it's not legal, then surely you might as well just nick all your music and have done with it.. I'm sticking with Spotify premium.


Im assuming neither of you use youtube at ANY point?
If you do get off your sodding high horses.
#34
Jetpac
mikerr
Grooveshark isn't exactly legal:

http://thenextweb.com/us/2010/10/19/how-the-heck-is-grooveshark-still-online/

I prefer to pay Spotify, which gets its licencing deals in order BEFORE making tracks available.




siksik6
if it's not legal, then surely you might as well just nick all your music and have done with it.. I'm sticking with Spotify premium.


Im assuming neither of you use youtube at ANY point?
If you do get off your sodding high horses.


How is this relevant? It's awful that we've come to a point where people who don't steal music get criticised for being pretentious.
#35
Jetpac
mikerr
Grooveshark isn't exactly legal:

http://thenextweb.com/us/2010/10/19/how-the-heck-is-grooveshark-still-online/

I prefer to pay Spotify, which gets its licencing deals in order BEFORE making tracks available.




siksik6
if it's not legal, then surely you might as well just nick all your music and have done with it.. I'm sticking with Spotify premium.


Im assuming neither of you use youtube at ANY point?
If you do get off your sodding high horses.


Wasn't meant like that, more like "if I'm going to pay, then I'd rather it was legal".

and I don't use YouTube for music actually, not that it's really relevant.
#36
mikerr
Grooveshark isn't exactly legal:

http://thenextweb.com/us/2010/10/19/how-the-heck-is-grooveshark-still-online/

I prefer to pay Spotify, which gets its licencing deals in order BEFORE making tracks available.




That article is an example of some pretty awful journalism and its as the comments say, the act of being challenged is =/= to the service being illegal, but how long they last might be an issue. Still, at a £12 charity donation for a year's service I don't think you can go wrong!
#37
nerner
raphman
argh... all due respect to Japan, I would have bought one of those Panda tees for the same price - giving a year of GSA AND a cool tee shirt that helps pandas. Anyway, hot deal nonetheless, maybe work editing post to mention similar deal if buying the alternative tee shirt.


http://store.grooveshark.com/ - Pickles! Tee + Year GSA = $20 - $2 from every Pickles shirt sold will be donated to Pandas International! (XSmall, medium sold out though)

:)


Well postage is $13.50, but still not a bad deal!
#38
toasted-lion

How is this relevant? It's awful that we've come to a point where people who don't steal music get criticised for being pretentious.


It is legal. End of. It has numerous licensing deals including EMI.
If it wasn't it would have been brought down ages ago. Especially since the company are based in the US.

Some of it's dealing may be in a legal grey area, in the same way as youtube and various other sites act but this doesn't make it illegal.
and @Toasted-Lion back to your point, If you pay for music, great, fantastic I applaud you. Pretentiousness is an issue when based on incorrect facts, which is where the legality drivel in this thread falls.

Edited By: Jetpac on Apr 26, 2011 08:57
#39
Well I did say 'if'... Anyhow has anyone used the iOS app?

Don't really rate the Spotify one, but haven't bothered to jailbreak my iPhone yet.
#40
siksik6
Well I did say 'if'... Anyhow has anyone used the iOS app?

Don't really rate the Spotify one, but haven't bothered to jailbreak my iPhone yet.


Fair enough.
TBh the mobile applications that i have used for both services on both iphone and android are pretty average really. They work most of the time, but nothing spectacular.

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