The controversial Grooveshark streaming app has been “reinstated in the Android market”, more than a year after being removed from Google’s app store.
Despite the continuation of copyright infringement lawsuits from Universal, Sony and Warner Music Group against the company - along with a lawsuit over royalties from EMI - a statement from Grooveshark said: "After working closely with Google to get rogue apps removed, we're delighted that the official Grooveshark app has been reinstated in the Android market,
"Grooveshark is dedicated to helping music fans search, discover and share music while pioneering new artist promotion, distribution and monetisation techniques. We look forward to continuing to build a relationship with Android and leverage this fantastic platform for our partners."
The relaunch comes hot on the heels of the addition of ten new labels to the sites list of licensed content holders. Last week, the company said that the new labels have been stacking up since January and its licensing deals now number in the hundreds.