Windows Phone folks, Pandora is finally here! Starting in the US, Australia, & New Zealand you can get it in the Store today. Now, just as with Instagram: after NOT having it for so long, do we really need it? Ah, I’ll be using it today anyway. Whether I continue to use it in the long run is yet to be seen.

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GIS C++!>$ And if you can translate that, you've been around as long as CompuServe. IT is now just a hobby, and shares my time with cross-stitch and knitting. High-tech, low-tech, and everything in between. I keep these guys in line and roll my eyes at Simmons. Come on, ladies, celebrate your love of technology! "Tech should be black. Colors are for cases."


  1. The WP8 app has a couple nice features like the Double wide tile and if a kid uses it in Kids Corner the app automatically switches to edited music.

    I wonder if it has lock screen support where the current artist appears on the lock screen.

  2. The functionality of Pandora has been surpassed, minus the kids corner business, by Nokia music, metro radio, radio and if you’re awesome enough to have it an Xbox music pass. Pandora has, by its late coming, made this event non-news. At the very least just unimportant news. I never really used Pandora much anyway.

    • I haven’t used it much in the last couple of years, but they’re giving us the Premium service…

    • You’re probably right. WP users/fans/crybabies want it so they can say they have it.

      I’m anxious to hear what they find to complain about with it now.

  3. I have Xbox Music and I’m still really happy about this as I like to listen to certain genre’s of music. I’m not sure if you can do this on Xbox/Nokia music but I love to listen to Trance when I’m coding as it doesn’t distract from what I’m thinking about. And it’s friendly on my robot ears. (movie quote) And I don’t think you can listen to just a genre of music on Xbox/Nokia. Please correct me if I’m wrong.

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