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Sharkzapper for Google Chrome is a remote control for the new Grooveshark

You can still opt-in to the old, Flash-powered Grooveshark if you like, but I'm rather enjoying the new HTMLified version. There is, however, one piece of the puzzle missing by default: the ability to control Grooveshark without tabbing back to the Web player. Sharkzapper for Chrome, however, is up to the task. Install the extension, and you've got drop-down control to skip forward or back,...

Ubuntu One Music app for Android streams your tunes

Canonical's Ubuntu One sync platform has developed nicely since its initial release, and while I'm waiting for the arrival of a Windows client to get really excited about it, the new Ubuntu One Music App for Android is a nice addition. Now in beta testing, the Music App allows you to (brace yourself!) stream music which you've previously stashed in your Ubuntu One storage. Right now, there are...

Holy sh**, Grooveshark iPhone app now available in the App Store!

It's no secret that there was a little bad blood last time Grooveshark submitted their iPhone app to the Cupertino Crew. The app was denied, and Grooveshark didn't fell they had to take the rejection lying down... So they decided to release it to jailbroken iPhones and iPods via Cydia. Yesterday, however, Grooveshark announced that Apple had approved the app. Yep, it's in the app store right...

WinAmp adds a music store, powered by 7Digital

Big news today from our friends over at the official WinAmp blog: you can now purchase and download music right inside your WinAmp window! Like the Ubuntu One Music Store, Winamp's downloads will be provided by 7digital. As I mentioned with U1, one of the key features here is availability: 7digital is available nearly everywhere, unlike some competitors (such as Amazon). 7digital also boasts a...

MCE Tunes plays iTunes content in Windows MCE

Windows Media Center Edition (MCE) is great, and so is Apple's iTunes, but together they are so much better. Honestly now, what good is home entertainment if you can't get all your iTunes music to blare through those super-high-end speakers and surround-sound with the expensive DACs you got with last years tax return? It makes iTunes music somewhat pointless if you can't set off car alarms a...