After working away in secret for over a year, we’re finally ready to take the wraps off an entirely new pandora.com. We’ve rebuilt it from the ground up to be fast, easy, beautiful and modern. This morning TechCrunch has an exclusive look at the new site and you can learn more about it here.

Today marks the beginning of a phased rollout that will take place over the coming weeks and months. Our goal is to use this period to get your feedback about the new site and to polish things up so they’re perfect for the full launch later this year. We’ll take the next week or so to listen to your initial comments and feedback and I’ll be back to post more about the new Pandora next week.

Comments

  1. Dustin
    September 12, 2011 at 3:19pm
    I loved the new look of Pandora the other night. Since I've moved to an area without a decent option for high-speed internet I've been unable to use the flash based Pandora and had to listen using only my android phone. The new Pandora worked just fine though, making me very happy, but now whenever I go to Pandora.com the old site is loading (and that's all it ever does). What happened, why do I no longer have access to New Pandora, I loved it. Bring it back!!!
  2. Full indir
    September 13, 2011 at 5:15am
    Looks amazing. Can't wait! Gear wheel
  3. autoankauf
    September 13, 2011 at 5:51am
    Bless your little hearts. I just love Pandora radio. Thank you. Thank you.
  4. Susan R
    September 14, 2011 at 10:41am
    Agree with Larry... Getting out of shuffle wasn't intuitive at all. I suggest adding some kind of "shuffle-off" control. I will continue to use the old site....
  5. Mercola
    September 14, 2011 at 12:41pm
    I'm new to Pandora and have to say that I really love the UI. I look forward to exploring more as new updates are made.
  6. werner
    September 14, 2011 at 3:46pm
    Not being able to bookmark a song kills the new site for me. I bookmark songs I like a lot and when I have a few dozen new ones, buy them all together from Amazon straight out of my Pandora profile. Feels like I can explore with Pandora and get exposed to new stuff, and then also collect the best of it to make my own. Archaic notion, but I measure the success of a Pandora session by how many songs I bookmark to add to my music collection.
  7. Al K
    September 14, 2011 at 3:49pm
    One more addition to the "WTF?! Where did bookmarking go?!" camp!! Ditto what others are saying - no bookmarking, no more Pandora One subscription for me. Pandora Gods, bring it back please! I'm going to stick to my loyalty for a little while and assume they just overlooked it, and that it wasn't driven by wicked motives. I hope they prove me right... It is gorgeous, faster, and more user-friendly, by the way.
  8. mario vives
    September 14, 2011 at 4:35pm
    It really sucks, I love the old version and making the change to the new is not as easy as you claim.
  9. Tom
    September 14, 2011 at 5:28pm
    The 'new' Pandora does not work with my PS3 browser :( I need the old version back or a fix for the new one....Pleeeeeease HELP!!!!!
  10. Omid
    September 14, 2011 at 9:28pm
    Loved the new look once I got the little pop up offer to check it out. But then sadly, since I really utilize-and i mean utilize the heck out of-the bookmarking feature, and since I could not see it on new pandora, I switched back and later found out it all has been summarized in the "like" button. So question is, how on earth can I get the new look enabled again? or am I missing something here?

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