Chicago Apple Store Change…

Dear Chicagoans -
I’ve been looking forward to the Apple store talk this coming Tuesday in the windy city. Unfortunately, for personal reasons I have be in California on Tuesday. I will be ably replaced by Tom Conrad, our CTO. Tom runs engineering at Pandora, so he’s ultimately the wizard behind the application. I dare you to stump him with technical questions. He’s been with us from the very beginning of Pandora, so he’ll also talk about our history and where Pandora is heading.
Sorry I can’t make it, but I’m already talking with the store about coming in the new year. In the meantime, I encourage you to drop by to meet with Tom. You’ll enjoy his talk. He’s much smarter than I am…
Cheers. Tim (Founder)

Pandora

The Pandora Team http://www.pandora.com/

22 thoughts on “Chicago Apple Store Change…

  1. Chicagoeans can easily stump him. All they have to ask is when will Pandora be available for Windows Mobile. Although that may not be very appropriate in an Apple store :)

  2. Hey Oraclemark,
    Not a bad idea at all–we’re always trying to expand availability and a standalone device would be king. We do have the Chumby and the Squeezebox (though these are not portable) as well as the iPhone (which is not a dedicated device, obviously). But yeah, something portable to be used only for Pandora–it seems inevitable but we’ll have to wait and see. Thanks for writing.
    -A

  3. a little too much computer talk. Ease up, alot of untrained ‘button pushers’out here. Li’l tune down to ‘home talk’ Style. We Love Music too,and we’ll muttle thru……. And I Appreciate having this, or any access. Vary Refreshing! (we so, spill bad too) What’s a URL anyway? Talk to me Baby! BuzzinHeart.

  4. Hi folks,
    @Lucia–Do you mean Christian music sung in Latin? Or Latino artists playing Christian music? Either way I think we might have you covered! If you can’t find an artist you’re looking for, just write to suggest-music@pandora.com with your recommendation. You can also try a search for Gregorian chant and see if that’s what you’re looking for…
    @Buzzin–I can be kind of lacking in tech acumen, so I totally feel you on this!
    Take care,
    A

  5. The Blackberry can definitely handle Pandora from a technical standpoint. Availability is usually a question of what the mobile providers want to do. So all I can say for now, is there’s several new devices on the horizon, so do stay tuned with us!
    -A

  6. I love Pandora and listen to it all the time on my computer and I use to on my iphone. I now have Touch Pro which is pratically the same as the Diamond. Please, please, please make a port for the Touch Diamond and Pro. Its got a huge customer base. The touch pro has been sold out on the sprint page for a while now and there’s a huge amount of people around the world with the Diamond. You guys offer the best service on the internet by far and I would love it on the go. Keep up the great work.

  7. I hope one of the upcoming devices Pandora will be available on will be the HTC Touch Pro. I just got one and was looking forward to having Pandora available on it. Verizon sells the HTC Touch Pro as well, so hopefully the app is phone specific instead of carrier AND phone specific.

  8. Still waiting for an Touch Pro/Diamond version. I am willing to pay for the service. I am willing to get premium, but not until I can get it on my phone

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