There are lots of popular music shopping websites in the world. The only drawback is that they have so many entries that you may have a hard time finding the song or the album that you want to buy. Groove-Stream was designed for this purpose, as it helps you quickly find the music that you want to buy.
While testing Groove-Stream, I discovered a few positive things: for starters, the program works and you won't get any error messages from it. Another plus is that its library features a few nice albums which you can listen to in its interface.
If you don't carefully read the description on its web site you will be under the impression that Groove-Stream is a music downloader, when actually it is not. You will only be able to download and listen to the songs in its library. You can search for any band, artist, album or song that you want to, the program will find them, but will only provide links to the Amazon site, where you can buy them.
The graphical interface doesn't make things much better either. There are so many ads in just one single window that it can be a bit overwhelming. Furthermore, the fast forward button of the embedded player will not work, no matter how many times you try to click on it.
In conclusion, I would only recommend Groove-Stream to people who can't or don't want to navigate the Amazon site by themselves. Users who want to listen to a few lesser known artists might also be interested in the application. Well, at least it's free.
- Features some interesting music in its library
- Tries to install iClaro Toolbar along with the program
- You can only download and listen the songs in its library
- Its interface is crawling with ads