Controversial streaming music service Grooveshark had its iPhone app rejected by Apple earlier this year, for unexplained reasons. However, a revamp appears to have satisfied Apple’s submission team, since the app went live this morning on the App Store. It’s free, and lets people search for music from Grooveshark’s catalogue, and tap into their existing playlists and library if they’re already a member of the service. Grooveshark has raised the hackles of rival services through a perceived cavalier approach to licensing, so the app’s release could cause a stir.

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