Earlier this week, Pandora has released a standalone Apple Watch app. The app allows users to control songs and podcasts on their Apple Watch and doesn’t require an iPhone to do so.
Pandora has updated its app with new personalization features. As part of this update, Pandora has introduced a new “For You” tab which populates a music feed based on users’ preferences. Interestingly, the “For You” section not only includes music but also podcasts.
Despite the fact it’s been reported that Apple Music has surpassed Spotify in subscriber count in the United States. And despite the fact that Spotify just crossed 100 million subscribers globally. There is still room for competition. Which is where one of the other most popular services comes in. Pandora has just announced two new pricing options, offering discounts for select individuals.
Pandora is meant to offer the best possible way to listen to customized stations, and that’s getting tweaked even more.
Pandora is one of the oldest music streaming platforms out there, but it’s seen a rise in competition over the last several years.
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.