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March 21, 2013 at 9:44 AM
Pandora app comes to Windows Phone
Internet radio service Pandora, as promised last year, has produced an app for Windows Phone.
The app provides ad-free streaming radio for free through the 2013 calendar year. In addition, it takes advantage of Windows Phone’s Live Tiles interface by using a Live Tile that shows what’s playing and allows users access favorite stations directly from their start screen.
Pandora for Windows Phone can be downloaded here.
The Windows Phone Store, though it still falls behind Apple’s and Google’s app stores in number of apps, has been growing and now has more than 130,000 apps and games.