Grooveshark for iPhone pulled from App Store following complaint from Universal Music
Grooveshark's iPhone app has been pulled from the App Store following a complaint by Universal Music Group UK. According to their blog, Grooveshark is at a loss to explain it:
Mashable's Christina Warren has an idea, however:
If you already have the app, you can continue using it. If not, you might just have to wait for Grooveshark to get their licenses in order with UMG and potentially the other 2 big record labels.
Apprently, new media is still a work in progress...
[Grooveshark via Mashable]
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