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Pandora 4.0 comes to iOS, Android; heading to WP8

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 29 Oct 2012 17:40 User comments (2)

Pandora 4.0 comes to iOS, Android; heading to WP8 Pandora refreshes for iOS, Android.
Pandora 4.0 for iOS and Android is the culmination of a year's planning, design, engineering, and testing to deliver the biggest update made to the mobilee apps since the service first launched. Pandora 4.0 brings a new lean in experience that's not possible with traditional radio and provides an ideal environment for you to better discover, explore and share your favorite music.

New features in Pandora 4.0 include...
  • Improved Listening Features - We've focused on improving the core listening experience - making it easier than ever to create new stations, add variety to your stations, and browse our massive selection of more than 400 genre stations curated by our team of music experts.

    Social Sharing and Discovery - Easily share your music discoveries and stations with friends on Pandora, Facebook and Twitter. A new music activity feed offers a centralized place for you to find and follow friends and other musical mentors on Pandora opening up an entirely new way to discover great music you'll love.

    Artist and Track Pages - For those times you want to dive in deeper and explore new worlds of music, we've added millions of artist, album, and track pages that let you learn more about the music you love - complete with full lyrics, related artists, and musicological traits from the Music Genome Project.

    Musical Profile - As you use Pandora, your profile serves as a detailed timeline of the music you've liked or bookmarked and the stations you've created - a great way to rediscover the music you loved. Choose to make your profile public and other Pandora listeners can find inspiration in your discoveries.
Pandora 4.0 is available for iOS now from the App Store, and will be available on Google Play for Android in the coming weeks as Pandora wraps up testing.

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It was also announced today as part of the Windows Phone 8 launch, that Pandora would come to the new Microsoft smartphone OS in early 2013, with a year of ad-free music.

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2 user comments

129.10.2012 17:51

Slacker, while buggier, eats Pandora's lunch for both customization AND music variety.

21.11.2012 15:19

Pandora for my Next phone, Nokia Lumia 920,YES.

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