Update: SciLor has updated Groove Mobile to Version 3. Be sure to visit XDA and get the latest edition!
Many users are familiar with the GrooveFish application released back in 2009 followed by Nano Groove recently. Although both applications were good they have some issues. Groovefish being prone to crashing constantly and Nano Groove costing money as well as parsing errors. There’s a new application in town!
SciLor from XDA-Developers has taken over development of the Groove Fish application and has decided to support it himself. He is using the SDK from Groove Fish and developing his own application which will in time hopefully become a reliable freeware source of music utilizing the GrooveShark service. For users unaware of the application, GrooveShark will allow you to search for literally any music out there and listen to it for free of charge. Groove Mobile brings the service to our mobile devices.
The software is currently in early beta form. Version 1 featured SciLors own interface although I’m going to guess it didn’t work out too well as he has moved over to the Groove Fish interface until he develops his own.
There are a few known bugs at the moment, although not too hard pressing not to use the application and enjoy some free music on the go!