StreamSquid saves your Grooveshark playlists

Israeli music fans/ programmers launch lawful music-streaming service for global audience.

By VIVA SARAH PRESS/ISRAEL21C
July 19, 2015 14:08
4 minute read.
Streamsquid

Streamsquid's Ziv Waksman and Itzik Ben-Basat meet at a cafe to code.. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Music fans the world over cringed at the recent demise of Grooveshark – a free music streaming service – mainly because years of collected music and fine-tuned playlists suddenly disappeared.

But four Israeli guys – programmers and startup consultants by profession – say their side project, a legal music- streaming service, can save the day for music fans everywhere.

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