One day there might be one digital assistant to rule them all (probably not), but until that day arrives we’re just going to keep using a lot of them.
When Pandora announced back in November that it was introducing a new Podcast Genome Project to the mix, which would welcome podcasts to its streaming platform, it opened its doors in a limited beta.
If you haven’t opted to make the HomePod, Apple’s first smart speaker, your go-to option and instead have gone with options from Amazon, then you may be happy to know they are learning some more tricks this week.
Pandora announced a new Genome Project, this one meant to help discover podcasts, earlier this year. And now the feature is rolling out in beta form.
Depending on how often you use Pandora, the streaming music platform’s latest addition might be one of its best.
When it comes to music streaming platforms that offer a free tier, Pandora is one of the most popular, boasting 80 million monthly customers.
Pandora, like Spotify and a few others, has an option for a free tier, which allows folks to listen to music that’s interspersed with advertisements.
Pandora has not had a huge global rollout, despite it being one of the longest-running streaming music services out there.
Pandora today announced that its premium on-demand streaming service, Pandora Premium, will be launching this week. The company is initially rolling out the service as a free trial on an invite-only basis to a select group of its subscribers starting from March 15.