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Old Pandora App For Reference
Finding a Pandora app for a Windows Phone is as hard is Apple making the most perfect phone, so I thought I should post this for your reference. Pandora has said before that they are jumping off of the Windows Phone ship, and hitting up Android, WebOS, and just about every other OS, but you can still us their old application. The application was made available late last year by XDA member krook6023 and as time went by, the software has been updated by people like NRGZ28 and bkress.
Pandora Radio is your own FREE personalized radio now available to stream music on your Windows Mobile handset. Just start with the name of one of your favorite artists, songs or classical composers and Pandora will create a “station” that plays their music and more music like it. Pandora on Windows Mobile is fully integrated with Pandora on the web. Enjoy all your existing stations – and create new ones right from your Windows Mobile handset.
With Pandora you can explore this vast trove of music to your heart’s content. Just drop the name of one of your favorite songs or artists into Pandora and let the Genome Project go. It will quickly scan its entire world of analyzed music, almost a century of popular recordings – new and old, well known and completely obscure – to find songs with interesting musical similarities to your choice. Then sit back and enjoy as it creates a listening experience full of current and soon-to-be favorite songs for you.
You can create up to 100 unique “stations.” And you can even refine them. If it’s not quite right you can tell it so and it will get better for you.
You can get this VGA Pandora in the application thread.
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