As noted by the company behind one of the most popular music streaming services in the world, the update treats users to “a fresh, evolved design that brings station personalization to the forefront of the listener experience.”
First and foremost, the update introduces the new personalization icon, which provides easy access to features including the ability to view the “thumb” or “liked” history and the ability to “un-thumb” or “unlike” previously favorited tracks.
In addition, the redesign makes for improved artist discovery as it offers easier access to artist information from song details via simple gesture-based navigation.
Check out the new version of Pandora for iOS in action in this preview video:
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The new version of Pandora for iOS is currently available in beta to a small portion of iPhone users. It’s set to roll out to all iPhone and iPad users over the coming months.
See also: Following Songza integration, Google Play Music updated with iPhone 6 support, Spotify finally brings its dark theme and Your Music collection to its iPad app, and Apple’s Beats Music streaming service lags behind Spotify and Pandora.