Pandora brings personalized station recommendations to Android

Pandora brings personalized station recommendations to Android

Pandora on Wednesday introduced a new personalized station recommendation feature to its Android and iOS app experience.  Listeners will be presented with up to six suggested artist stations to listen to or add based on what they like, dislike, and current station list. Rolling out as part of the latest update, it’s one of those “the more you use it, the smarter it gets” tools.

Station recommendations can be found in a couple of areas in the Pandora app:

  • Create a Station screen: when you tap to create a station, your recommendations will be listed on the screen.  You can create a new station by tapping that station name or choose to expand “More Recommendations” to view more.
  • Bottom of Station List: If you scroll down your station list, you will see recommendations at the bottom.  You can create a new station by tapping that station name or choose to expand “More Recommendations” to view more.

The listener gets a refreshed list of stations every time they add or delete a station; additional features are already under development.

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