Grooveshark has launched a new HTML5 mobile site.
After seeing its mobile app be pulled from Google Play less than a week after being reinstated in the Android market, the streaming music service has fired up a new mobile site that effectively replicates the app-based experience using the HTML5 coding language.
Although the controversial company will miss out on the exposure that comes from being listed in app stores, HTML5 sites can act much like mobile apps.
New visitors will see a message that encourages them to "pin" the page to their home screens. The "Add to Home Screen" button will put the Grooveshark logo on the user's smartphone screen along with other app icons.