Pandora® internet radio
100,000,000 - 500,000,000 downloads
- Matching engine
- Save your preference in your personal account
- Ease of use
- More limited library than others'
- Can't add artist to a station
- Only song and artist available info (not album)
- It's not available Worldwide
+ By Pandora
Pandora is a radio web service that has been around on PC's for years with noticeable success and now has landed in Android with same expectations.
And it seems they are on the right track. Pandora for Android is a free music phone service that allows you to listen to you favorite artists in streaming, create your own “station” based on the genre of music you like and access it from any device. It works this way: you put in the search bar the name of a song and Pandora, by its matching engine, will find new music based on what you already like. Thus, you will discover new bands each time thanks to Pandora Radio. Although it is probably the main strength of this app, another interesting feature is that you may create and account and keep all your music preferences in it, that's it, you may access to it from any device. Moreover, Pandora launches you into the station you were last listening to just by one touch which makes it easier.
However some things could be improved: there is no chance to add artists to a station, there is only available info about the artist and the song, but not album info and, regarding other similar services, Pandora has a more limited library. That last thing it is especially annoying when you listen to repeated songs so often. But anyway, that is being improved as the amount of users its increasing.
Pandora Radio for Android has been developed by Pandora, a company settled in 2000 which forms part of Music Genome Project. Its radio web service Pandora Radio has reached a considerable success, especially in the US. Now it has got into the mobile phone market by launching Pandora Radio for Android, iOS and RIM (Blackberry). And its success is still spreading.
Besides some limitations, Pandora Radio for Android is probably one of the most complete radio apps regarding ease to use and interface and it definitely is a must have.
Tap into an entire world of music, including almost a century of popular recordings - new and old, well known and obscure. Create up to 100 personalized radio stations with your free account.
Not sure where to start? Create a free account to explore hundreds of music and comedy genre stations.
Already a Pandora listener? Even easier. Just log in and enjoy the same free radio service. Your Pandora is the same across the web, on your phone, on your TV, and in your car - access your free personalized radio wherever you want to hear great music or comedy.
Note: Pandora may use large amounts of data and carrier data charges may apply. For best results, we recommend you connect your device to trusted WiFi networks when available.
-Sleep timer and alarm clock are now available for your tablet
*Adjust the sleep timer time from 15, 30 or 60 minutes
*Use the snooze feature on the alarm clock to catch more zzz’s
*Use both together to dream away and wake up to your favorite station
-Received personalized notifications on your smartphone or tablet
*Hear about new music or comedy added to your stations
*Find out your friends’ activities including follows and comments
-The usual improvements and bug fixes
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I ran Pandora for a long time as free version. Ran perfect. I decided to upgrade so I could listen commercial free. It too runs perfect on tv and cell phone. If you don't want commercials with your Pandora, do what's fair - pay. It's cheap. Is the radio c
I listen to other music apps,but always end up back here.
Can't really ask for a better music radio app, sometimes the music takes awhile to load, but I think I'll blame that on spotty connection.
I try to get it but then it closes and does that repeatedly