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Free Customized Radio Stations Streamed to Your Cell Phone

November 9, 2007 11:30 AM | Services | Comments (1)

I love Pandora and use it daily! Started in 2000, Pandora streams free customized radio stations that you can listen to online. 

Pandora is build based on the Music Genome Project which involves a team of fifty musician-analysts listening to music, one song at a time, studying and collecting literally hundreds of musical details on every song. It takes 20-30 minutes per song to capture all of the little details that give each recording its magical sound, melody, harmony, instrumentation, rhythm, vocals, lyrics and more; close to 400 attributes!

Based on the Music Genome Project you can create as many "stations" as you want that stream music you like. Stations are created based on an artist or song.  If the created station isn't quite right, you can refine the station to better suit your musical taste.

Pandora also offers a mobile service which allows you to listen to Pandora on your mobile phone. Listen to all the stations you've created on the web and create new ones right from your mobile phone.

Pandora Mobile

You can also rate songs using thumbs up and thumbs down, and bookmark favorite artists and songs. Pandora on your phone is fully integrated with Pandora on the web, so everything you create, rate or bookmark on the phone also appears the next time you're back on the web. You can listen to Pandora on your AT&T and Sprint mobile phones.

AT&T recommends the MEdia Max data plan for use with Pandora. Pandora is currently available on the following AT&T phones:

  • Motorola V9
  • Motorola RAZR V3xx
  • Samsung SYNC-A707
  • Samsung SGH-A717
  • LG CU575
  • LG CU400 / CU405
Support for the following AT&T phones is coming soon:
  • LG CU500
  • Nokia 6126
  • Nokia N75
  • Nokia 6555
  • LG CU515
  • LG CU700
  • Samsung SGH-A517
  • Motorola KRZR
  • Samsung A827
Pandora is currently available on the following Sprint phones:
  • Samsung Ace / MM-A900
  • Samsung MM-A920
  • Samsung m500
  • Samsung m610
  • Samsung Upstage / M620
  • LG Fusic / LX-550
  • LG Muziq / LX-570
  • Sanyo MM-7500
  • Samsung m510
  • Samsung SGH-A7 (coming soon)

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I love this service I don't mind paying 3 dll per month extra for it. I have a fusic with sprint. The problem is that it really drains the battery, even more than just surfing the web. On a full charge, it won't last more than 3 or 4 hours. So this is a huge problem, because you will run out of battery. Listening to music directly from the cellphone (through the music saved in a microSD card) will last a lot longer. Several hours more. I haven't taken the time, but i certainly lasts a lot longer with the built-in mp3 player

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