Pandora Premium

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The first thing you’ll notice with Pandora Premium is that it takes fewer clicks to actually start playing music compared to Apple Music and Spotify. The app launches into My Music, which features a carousel of recently played albums and stations that can be played with one tap, something that requires switching tabs and searching through a list on Apple Music.

Below the carousel is a list of all your saved music, sorted in reverse chronological order — another decision that keeps you from going back and forth between the album, artist, and song lists that streaming users have become accustomed to. (You can still sort by those categories if you so choose, but the option is hidden in a drop-down menu.) More at The Verge.

With millions of tracks available on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon etc, there are only 2 areas left to compete on; pricing and design. Could well be that Pandora will win in terms of design.

2 thoughts on “Pandora Premium

  1. You should also know that independent musicians like myself aren’t on Pandora unless Pandora approves them unlike other services like Apple Music and Spotify. I’m just letting you know in case you think the catalogs are comparable.

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