1. Happy Friday, Grooveworld!

    We wanted to share a cool site with you that you just might find handy. Have you ever wished you could magically transport your favorite playlists into Grooveshark without having to manually recreate them yourself? Well, now you can. Thanks to Groovylists, a site that takes your playlists from Spotify, LastFM or iTunes and adds them to Grooveshark for you.

    There is a limit of 200 songs per playlist, but if you have more than that you can split the playlist into smaller files and add them individually. So, if you have a slew of playlists on other streaming sites that you just don’t want to part with, Groovylists makes it easy for you to send them all over to Grooveshark! The best part? It’s free.

    Check out this quick tutorial below:

    Do you use any other cool sites that help make your Grooveshark experience better? 

    Have a great weekend, sharks.

  2. We love when sharks out there make cool add-ons to Grooveshark and share them with the community. In the past we’ve talked about Groovylists: a sweet service that lets you import playlists from iTunes, Spotify, and Last.fm into Grooveshark playlists.

    Recently, the folks over at Make Use Of took note of how awesome Groovylists is and wrote a cool round-up of all its, well, use.

    Other reasons might include practicality – Grooveshark only requires a compatible web browser, as opposed to a software download. If you’re after your tunes then all you’ll need to do is log in via the web interface and click My Music.

    If you fancy giving Grooveshark a go but can’t face losing your carefully planned playlists then Groovylists can probably help you out.

    If you’re looking for a cool tool, check out Groovylists. And for a great detailed run-through definitely read this Make Use Of article.