Pandora Launches Browse


PandoraPandora launched Browse to help users find new music.

It’s available now on iPhones in the U.S., Australia and New Zealand with Android “coming soon,” according to the company.

The Internet audio company’s Chief Product Officer, Chris Phillips, says “finding new music should be simple and enjoyable.”

Browse serve up tunes only relevant to the user; Pandora claims that will continually improve the more one listens.

With new metrics users can see how many people are listening to the same song.

One tap access allows users to find what they want and choose how they want songs organized on their device.

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