You Can Now Use Pandora Premium on the Web

Pandora Premium is finally available to use in your web browser. Since launch, Pandora Premium has been available on a number of platforms, including Android, iOS, and Chromecast. But after countless requests from users, Pandora has finally launched Pandora Premium on the web as well.

In March 2017, Pandora launched a premium music-streaming service to compete with the likes of Spotify and Apple Music. Since launch, Pandora has added an infinite listening feature, and the ability to unlock sessions by watching ads. And now, finally, Pandora Premium is available on the web.

For the uninitiated, Pandora Premium offers the Pandora radio you know and love with the option to play (pretty much) any song you can think of. You can create playlists based in just a couple of song titles, and download songs, stations, and playlists to listen to offline.

In terms of Pandora Premium on the web, Pandora is highlighting the fast and accurate results you’ll get when searching for a song, album, or playlist; the ability to build and organize a music library; and playlist options that even rival those offered by Spotify.

Pandora Premium on the web is essentially the same as it is on Android and iOS, but it gives users another option for finding, playing, and organizing their music. And Pandora is promising many more features for Pandora Premium subscribers in the future.

Bringing Pandora Premium to the web isn’t exactly a game-changer. Especially when the competition all already offer desktop options to complement their mobile apps. Still, this could mean you’re more interested in giving the free trial of Pandora Premium a whirl.

As music streaming services go, Pandora Premium is a solid option. Especially for those of you who have been using Pandora radio for many years. We previously found six reasons to give Pandora Premium a try, and its availability on the web is another reason to add to the list.

Are you a Pandora Premium subscriber? If so, what made you choose Pandora Premium over the competition? If you don’t yet subscribe to Pandora Premium, could the web version tempt you to give it a whirl? Please let us know in the comments below!

ygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});Dave Parrack is a journalist from the UK. Growing up at a time when the internet was blossoming inspired his fascination with technology. With 10 years experience writing online, he’s currently the Tech News writer and Entertainment editor at MakeUseOf. You can follow him at

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