Audio Software Players Pandora One Desktop

Pandora One Desktop 2.09 for Multiple Platforms

by Pandora Media, Inc.

Avg. Rating 3.0 (4 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.0 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Mac, Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,549
Publisher Pandora Media, Inc.
Homepage Pandora One Desktop

Publisher's Description

Pandora One Desktop lets you play your Pandora stations right from your desktop - without opening a new browser window.

Pandora radio is a personalized radio service that streams music on your phone. Pandora internet radio is your own free personalized radio now available to stream music on your phone. Start with the name of one of your favorite artists, songs or classical composers and Pandora will create a "station" that plays their music and more music like it. Already a Pandora User? Just log in to enjoy your stations.

Latest Reviews

ethanwoods12

ethanwoods12 reviewed v2.09 on Mar 28, 2021

In the Premium plan, you can listen to personalized radio if necessary. You have the option to search for and play songs in the Pandora One Premium Pack. Here is a premium plan that allows you to download your favorite music for offline listening. In addition, it includes unlimited jumps and repetitions, plus ad-free listening experiences like other plans. You definitely get high quality audio in the Premium plan.

emanresU deriseD

emanresU deriseD reviewed v1.0 Beta on May 31, 2009

This application isn't SUPPOSED to give you more features than what you'd get running Pandora in a web browser; it's merely supposed to provide a means of running the player in a standalone fashion. (I thought that much was obvious, but hey...)

As a standalone Pandora player, it's, ehh, OK. In a pointless effort to make the player as tiny as possible, they've made it less convenient to select stations or even change the volume (you can't just change the volume; you have to first click the volume button to open the volume slider display, then move the slider, and finally close the volume slider display.

The stupid thing doesn't remember its screen position, which I find quite annoying. And sometimes, it displays the entirely wrong cover art for a song that is playing. (I've seen it displaying an Ashanti album cover while playing a metal track.)

There's no way to change the QuickMix settings within the player.

I can't stand OpenPandora at all. While I prefer this player and appreciate that it's standalone, it leaves much to be desired.

portezbie

portezbie reviewed v1.0 Beta on Jun 4, 2008

Craaaap. Offers almost no functionality beyond what you would get just running pandora in a web browser. Plus it uses a whopping 100mb of ram.

Qlib

Qlib reviewed v1.0 Beta on Jun 4, 2008

I had some tiny hope that this might get around that lameass block cos im outside USA.. and that tiny hope was ofcourse crushed..at least I assume thats why it just failed to connect to anything..

Avg. Rating 3.0 (4 votes)
Your Rating
ethanwoods12

ethanwoods12 reviewed v2.09 on Mar 28, 2021

Pros: Pandora lets you create personalized radio stations based on an artist or song you like. Once you’ve selected a starting song or artist, Pandora Cracked at productscrack will collect songs with similar characteristics to play with. These similar properties are referred to by Pandora as musical genomes and can include folk, feminine vocals, strong drums, or other recognizable aspects of music that associate them with similar melodies.

Cons: None

Bottom Line: In the Premium plan, you can listen to personalized radio if necessary. You have the option to search for and play songs in the Pandora One Premium Pack. Here is a premium plan that allows you to download your favorite music for offline listening. In addition, it includes unlimited jumps and repetitions, plus ad-free listening experiences like other plans. You definitely get high quality audio in the Premium plan.

emanresU deriseD

emanresU deriseD reviewed v1.0 Beta on May 31, 2009

This application isn't SUPPOSED to give you more features than what you'd get running Pandora in a web browser; it's merely supposed to provide a means of running the player in a standalone fashion. (I thought that much was obvious, but hey...)

As a standalone Pandora player, it's, ehh, OK. In a pointless effort to make the player as tiny as possible, they've made it less convenient to select stations or even change the volume (you can't just change the volume; you have to first click the volume button to open the volume slider display, then move the slider, and finally close the volume slider display.

The stupid thing doesn't remember its screen position, which I find quite annoying. And sometimes, it displays the entirely wrong cover art for a song that is playing. (I've seen it displaying an Ashanti album cover while playing a metal track.)

There's no way to change the QuickMix settings within the player.

I can't stand OpenPandora at all. While I prefer this player and appreciate that it's standalone, it leaves much to be desired.

portezbie

portezbie reviewed v1.0 Beta on Jun 4, 2008

Craaaap. Offers almost no functionality beyond what you would get just running pandora in a web browser. Plus it uses a whopping 100mb of ram.

Qlib

Qlib reviewed v1.0 Beta on Jun 4, 2008

I had some tiny hope that this might get around that lameass block cos im outside USA.. and that tiny hope was ofcourse crushed..at least I assume thats why it just failed to connect to anything..

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