Want to listen to Pandora on the go? How about at the gym? Walking to school? In your car?
This is something we call Pandora on the Go, and it taps into entirely new capabilities of the Pandora Everywhere Platform. All your stations, all the songs you love, the power of the music genome project — in your pocket.
We’re incredibly excited to announce that Pandora is coming to Sprint. Sprint is without question the most forward-thinking carrier when it comes to digital music. They were the first to market with over the air downloads, the first to set prices at just .99 cents per song price, and they also have the best music phones on the market. With Pandora for Sprint you get the full Pandora experience, but in the palm of your hand anywhere you want to listen.
Pandora for Sprint is available today on 5 phones. Including one that’s just $9.99 with a contract. We’ll be rolling out support for 5 more phones over the course of the next 30 days including the Upstage Sprint’s amazing music phone.


  1. Grant
    January 02, 2010 at 11:43am
    First 2010 request for Centro. Thanks.
  2. Daniel
    February 09, 2010 at 5:42pm
    I too have a centro and the reason this thread gets found by Centro users is because we're all searching on Google to find the Pandora app. Now scrolling through two freakin' years of posts screaming for Centro version of Pandora, I truly believe Pandora has given the finger to Palm OS. Whatever PR BS they give is only to appease all of us until we buy the next phone. Give it up. Pandora has.
  3. A Rail, Colorado
    February 12, 2010 at 1:31am
    1 more vote - Palm Centro, Palm 700p, Palm 755p... - Please?
  4. walt
    February 13, 2010 at 12:31pm
    It is truly sad that Pandora in not available for so many carriers and phone models. As as software developer I understand product cycles and team constraints. what I fail to understand is, if Pandora is availabe from the web browser on my PC, why I can't just go to a mobile version of the website and listen.
  5. Matt duhe
    April 11, 2010 at 9:21pm
    when i try to download the app for my instinct, the site it sends me to says that pandora only supports sprint phones and not mine. however i have sprint and the instinct is a supported phone so??? i dont see why this is so complicated
  6. Ninja2173
    August 24, 2010 at 6:34am
    So a quick search shows 36 PALM CENTRO requests and over 100 PALM OS requests to get Pandora just in this thread. This is yet another request to have Pandora added to PALM OS / Centro. I am sure it can be done! I would love to have and pay for Pandora on my phone.
  7. Anonymouso
    April 23, 2011 at 8:19am

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