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Pandora Arrives on Windows Phone with Ad-Free Listening

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T Bone

Mar 21, 2013, 10:21 AM
You mean they DIDN'T have a Pandora app before now? Am I reading this right?

Pandora is the most popular mobile app ever, and it is only NOW that they are making a Windows Phone app?

Surprised
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MrGuder

Mar 21, 2013, 10:53 AM
T Bone said:
You mean they DIDN'T have a Pandora app before now? Am I reading this right?

Pandora is the most popular mobile app ever, and it is only NOW that they are making a Windows Phone app?

Surprised


How does this surprise you? Windows Phone still doesn't have Instagram and the Facebook app was made by M$ themselves and it pales in comparison to iOS and Android. Not to mention there's not even a real YouTube app!!! It's just a link to the mobile page. I don't know but if WP8 continues this way it wont have much a future that's for sure.Pandora is a good addition but they're taking way too long with others. Temple Run was promised and should have been there already
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T Bone

Mar 21, 2013, 6:03 PM
Actually it does surprise me because Pandora is available for pretty much everything.
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Vmac39

Mar 25, 2013, 12:23 PM
It is disappointing that many major devs aren't developing for WP8. However, they may not have the official apps for many popular apps, but there are some third party apps that access the same services and some of them actually work better than the official app. It's unfortunate, some devs, if they do an official app, the don't put much effort into it.

It's the lack of official apps that keep many people from switching to WP. Crazy as it sounds, an app like Instagram would help the sale of the OS. Without these apps, WP8 will continue to have a slow growth rate.
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Rusty Shackleford

Mar 26, 2013, 12:17 PM
Pandora is only one way to go because you can store these things that I like to call MP3s on your phone. Therefore instead of listening to low-resolution audio through Pandora that will blow through your data plan and wallet, you can rip your own music, at a quality resolution, and play exactly what you want without living in fear of data overage. I know, it's crazy to do something that works when you can do something trendy.
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