Pandora’s major iOS app refresh has gone live.
Early last month, the company behind one of the most popular music streaming services in the world announced a substantial overhaul of its official app for iOS and made the new version of the app available in beta to a small number of iPhone users.
Now, the new and improved version of Pandora for iOS is officially available for all.
First and foremost, the updated app boasts a new design including new transitions, new animations, and a gesture-based navigation that look and feel right at home on iOS 7 and iOS 8.
The app’s new interface features the new personalization icon, which lets you quickly view your “thumb” or “liked” history and to easily “un-thumb” or “unlike” tracks that you may have favorited accidentally or decided you no longer like.
The latest update to Pandora for iOS also includes a redesigned notification and activity feed, and features a new mini player that lets you control music playback even while browsing your track history.
Full resolution support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is also included in the new version of the app.
Check out the new version of Pandora for iOS in action in this preview video:
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The launch of Pandora’s revamped iOS app follows the release of notable updates to two of the service’s chief competitors, Rdio and Spotify — the former having just been updated with a new music weekly station and smarter sharing, and the latter with a new Touch Preview feature for quicker and easier music discovery.
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