Groovejaar Turns Grooveshark Into Limewire. Then There’s Groove Shredder…
The RIAA and many record labels have never liked Grooveshark much even though the music streamer claims it's DMCA-compliant and responds to takedown requests. Two new open source projects - Groovejaar and Groove Shredder - are guaranteed to make the RIAA & CO like Grooveshark even less. To be clear, Grooveshark has nothing to do with the either. But if users can now illegally download songs from a streaming site that they already think is illegal... You get the picture. DETAILS:
GrooveJaar is a Java based downloader with a full set of features that takes Grooveshark and turns it into LimeWire with super-fast downloads, high quality MP3s and no malware. Download, fire it up and users can according to their web site:
- Search songs
- Fetch user playlist
- Fetch top songs
- Fetch songs from albums
- Retrieve useful information for every songs searched like bitrate or size..
- Cover preview and download (if present on GrooveShark)
- Listen a song before download
Groove Shredder is a Firefox extension that downloads mp3s from Grooveshark. It was built for "for educational purposes only. After installation, a toolbar button will appear which that allows users to toggle Groove Shredder on or off. When enabled, Groove Shredder will add a download button to Grooveshark's Now playing section.
You can learn more about Groovejaar here and Groove Shredder here.
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