I don’t work out near often as I should (shush Daniel) but when I do like most people I like listening to music. I’ve uploaded music to my iPhone but my library was limited and there wasn’t really any CDs in particular I was interested in buying, and then I’d have to upload it to sync it to my phone (which can take forever). Then I used the Pandora mobile app for a while, and in traditional Pandora style the “stations” began playing songs all over the place. Then the ads, my word the ads just drove me nuts. Then a few months ago I heard that Grooveshark has created an HTML 5 version of their site for mobile use. So I checked it out, and I liked it. But it was missing a few things.
Sure, it was in beta but I kept using it because I could choose the songs I wanted to listen to. I just couldn’t create a playlist. So anytime I used it I had to find a song, hit play then search for another while that one was playing. This made working out kind of difficult, and I found myself doing more walking than running or anything. And so, I walked. But last night as I began my usual route and fired up Grooveshark I noticed a big change, playlists had become a reality!
In closing, the newest changes to Grooveshark mobile are pretty sweet. Now, if we can only get the ability to save a playlist or login to my account via mobile that’d be the icing on the cake.
Great changes Grooveshark!