Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Stereosound, Jul 28, 2016.
Depends if Sirius/XM buys them out or not. Either way Pandora will be around longer than a year unless something drastic changes. They still have many millions of users as well as a recent large cash injection from Sirius/XM. The one thing that could screw themselves over depends on which direction the new management decides to take them in.
Top Analyst Commends Pandora Media Inc (P) Initiatives to Expand User Base Following Growth Conference
I tried the free month of the on-demand service. It's nice enough, I guess. But it was mobile only. And I do a lot of streaming on my desktop. So it wasn't convenient.
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Pandora's app now offers direct control for Sonos speakers
Hey Stereosound! Do you have any connection to Pandora or are you just an ordinary user? Can't help wondering about all these news pushes from you...
For me the sound quality is the single most important parameter when I stream music, hence I do use Tidal HiFi. Any selling point to give me why I should use Pandora instead?
Posting news for information sake. Everyone's free to choose what they want. I have issues with all current services as there has been one that gives me everything I want. For top sound quality Tidal, Deezer and Qobuz are currently your only choices. The problem I have with Tidal is it's user interface, missing good new music discovery features and it's catalog selection leaves me wanting in certain albums.
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