September 23, 2011

Now You Can Listen to Pandora as Much As You Want with New Redesigned Music Player

The new player release from Pandora comes just days before Clear Channel's iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas tonight and tomorrow. They have created an impressive online music player. Check it out here.

The ads are not overbearing and usually come in after every third song. Adding some short drops, would probably not detract from the popularity of the player for millions of listeners and would make it really seem like a radio broadcast instead of just an enhanced MP3 music player.

Meanwhile the iHeartRadio player advertises itself as a Pandora type player. The new version of iHeartRadio is officially out today, in time for the Festival. You can check their player out here.

From Mashable - "Popular Internet radio service Pandora has unleashed a complete redesign of its web-based player and removed the 40-hour listening cap.

Non-paying users were limited to 40 hours of music before Pandora stopped playing and prompted you to purchase Pandora One, its premium subscription offering.

Now Pandora will keep playing, although if you hit 320 hours the company will contact you about whether you’re abusing the system." more

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