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Pandora unveils a new way for listeners to discover music

Pandora unveils a new way for listeners to discover music

January 28, 2016

Pandora is making it even easier to find music you’ll want to listen to. The new Browse section, rolling out to iOS today, is designed to showcase artists and and stations relevant to you.

Get ready to browse


The new Browse section.

You can find the Browse section next to the My Stations tab. Pandora promises that the experience will continue to improve as you listen to more music on the service. Music lovers will be able to view new stations based on their listening activity.

Before adding a station to your list, you can also see what’s playing to get a better idea of what the station is all about. You’ll also be able to view how many other fans have added a specific station.

The app is also sporting a revamped look. Listeners can even access whatever is playing with the new mini-player on the bottom of the app. Stations, Feed, Profile, and Settings can also be accessed on the new menu in the top left corner.

You can now organize stations in recent or alphabetical order. Finally, all of the artist pages have also been redesigned.


Pandora is designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and all iPad models. It can be downloaded now on the App Store for free.

While the app is free, you can subscribe to Pandora One for $4.99 per month. That will give users an ad-free listening experience while also allowing more skips over songs.

Along with an Apple TV app, Pandora is also available on the Apple Watch. On the wearable device, you can view stations, listen to Now Playing and access volume controls.

Here’s an interactive preview from our sister site WatchAware.

In December, the service added Thumbprint Radio. As suggested by the name, the unique station is inspired by each listener’s previous thumbs up choices.

For other app news today, see: Real-time commenting comes to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides for iOS, Piiig Forest Explorer takes kids on a fun learning journey, and Google Keep note-taking app updated with support for Spotlight and 3D Touch.

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