Pandora Rolls Out HTML 5 App, No More Music Cap

Pandora HTML 5

Pandora has just launched its new HTML 5 based web-app. When you visit you will be greeted by the new HTML 5 web-app instead of the old flash based version.

The new look is something similar to iTunes but still provides all of the Pandora functionality that we are used to. Along with the new update comes unlimited streaming for free, ad supported of’course. The old version of Pandora was only limited to 40 hours of free streaming a month unless you upgraded to Pandora One their premium service which is ad free.

Pandora has also added a social feed to the platform with the following statement:

Discovery of Music with Friends – Enhanced listener profiles and a new music feed offer a centralized place to find, like and comment on what friends and like-minded listeners are discovering and enjoying on Pandora. The music feed will roll out slowly over the course of the coming days. In addition to the prominent new “share” button, stations now have their own URLs, making it super easy for listeners to share favorite stations via Twitter, Facebook, or email.

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