Grooveshark terminates the design change
It seems that some changes we had received during the last days in Grooveshark already been adopted by the vast majority of users. The company markets and an end to a redesigned interface that have improved the usability of their service and also have given new social functions. The integration with sites like Facebook or Twitter is a reality, and that although he has not signed with startup such as Facebook, like Spotify , is perfectly enjoyable.
Although perhaps most striking about the new Grooveshark is implementing its own set of recommendations, a social layer that invites us to interact with other users and follow their trends through the community tab. Perhaps relying a bit on LastFM, it is now possible to find other people with our own likes and see what they have heard.
The real star is still the possibility to perform a search in which to find almost anything you want, and I must say that unfortunately this new version is in the redesign and not very necessary, organizing the music library. The big problem-and also one of the reasons why the service is so popular, is that the library is built based on what users upload. This allowed many of the tracks are not properly labeled, and what is worse, in many cases do not have the minimum quality and we find cuts or breaks in the songs.
Returning to the interface that has been a success in my opinion. Cleaner, clearer, usable and with a more professional and modern, if you will permit me. Hopefully this one of the services of streaming most popular today, continue to improve, and it does not happen anything with the recent moves that are taking place in the world of record companies.
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