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Firefox Add-on to Remove Annoying Ads From Grooveshark

Grooveshark is an online music service that allows you to listen thousands of songs you love straight from your browser for free. However, it will display advertisements right side of your browser window while listening to music.

If you think the ads are annoying, you can remove it, either by creating an account with Grooveshark or by a Firefox add-on called Grooveshark No Ads.

Grooveshark No Ads is a simple to use Firefox extension designed to remove the advertisements from Grooveshark. Just install the extension from here and you will never have to be annoyed by ads while listening to music.

Note: Grooveshark No Ads is an experimental Firefox add-on, so use it at your own risk.


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