Almost five month later, the popular music-streaming service Pandora has released its WP8 app, which is now available for downloads via Windows Phone Store. The app has already been available to access via third-party apps, such as PRadio.
The Windows Phone 8 users will be immersed to a year of ad-free listening. It’s not quite the full year promised at October’s keynote, but you’re still getting nine months of streaming, and of course, without any of the audio interruptions and advertisements.
It delivers some decent features such as customized playlists, as well as Live Tiles functionality, which lets users pin their favorites stations to the start screen for quick access. Meanwhile, the main Pandora tile always displays track information for which song is currently playing.
It’s also kid-safe. Having that said; when accessed from the Kid’s Corner portion of your phone, Pandora will automatically activate the explicit content filter on, ensuring that they’re kid-friendly.
Unfortunately, the Pandora app is not compatible with Windows Phone 7 platform, as of yet.