Windows MobileIt’s been well over a year since I first talked publicly about Pandora for Windows Mobile. After a number of false starts and broken promises on my part, I’m happy to report that we’ve now released our first Windows Mobile implementations of Pandora.
Today we’re rolling out Pandora for the HTC XV6900 on Verizon, the HTC Touch on Sprint, and the Motorola Q9C on both Sprint and Verizon. These are free to download and are supported solely through advertising. The entire Pandora experience you’ve come to expect on the web is available on your Windows Mobile phone: create stations, listen, give feedback, QuickMix, etc.
In cooperation with AT&T we are also launching Pandora support for three additional Windows Mobile phones: the Samsung Epix, the LG Incite, and HTC Fuze. AT&T has decided to make these versions of Pandora available on a monthly subscription basis.
To get started with Pandora on your HTC Touch, HTC XV6900, Motorola Q9C, LG Incite, HTC Fuze, or Samsung Epix simply visit http://www.pandora.com using Mobile Internet Explorer on your smartphone and follow the installation instructions.
We’re continuing the work required to bring Pandora to a broader range of Windows Mobile handsets. Keep your eye on this blog and this page for updates on new handsets.
For those of you that have been keeping an eye on this since I first talked about it so long ago, thanks again for your patience. Enjoy!

Comments

  1. fred
    March 26, 2010 at 2:59am
    It worked on my Touch Pro 2. Thx for the link. http://forum.ppcgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=48350&highlight=pandora
  2. Will Clay
    April 13, 2010 at 10:26am
    OK...Really. I've been watching and waiting for support for the HTC Touch Pro and Touch Pro 2 for a year and a half. You've been advertising your service as coming soon for that long. Even if you charged $1.9. per month and were straight forward with your customer base, you'd be seen in a better light than baiting customers and not delivering on your service...for almost two years! Have you had a look at the forum posts lately. Do you see a trend that has developed? Is it a good one? The natives are getting restless. You'd better start listening. Your service is valuable, but easily replicated. Competitors are already hitting the market hard. Your first-to-market advantage is about to expire. I'd hate to see you go the way of Netscape, but YOU MUST LISTEN TO YOUR CUSTOMERS! I love your service. It is really awesome! But now I have choices that will deliver close to the same experience ON MY DEVICE. That same mobile experience I've been promised for close to two years is now available from a competitor. I'm verging on disillusionment. Light a fire under your asses (PLEASE!) or, sorry to say, you'll be reduced to academic status.
  3. Bre
    May 03, 2010 at 9:02pm
    My friends have introduced me to pandora, and i love it! The problem is that they have verizon and i have alltel, do they not have pandora for that? I have the newer lg touch.
  4. Dennis
    June 23, 2010 at 12:36pm
    when will an app come out for the HTC Imagio???
  5. Mike Kelley
    July 13, 2010 at 11:34am
    Any plans for the Samsung Omnia II in the near future?
  6. Robert Seal
    October 18, 2010 at 7:59pm
    I used to love Pandora Radio. I was happy to pay $36 a year & I listened to it at work all the time. I discovered many new artist & went to amazon to purchase the songs I really liked. I even introduced my kids to many of these same artist. Not only was I paying $36 a year happily, but the artist whose songs I purchased were making money too. Then I got an HTC Touch Pro & found out it doesn't support Pandora. I can afford $36 a year easily, but I refuse to pay for Pandora if it doesn't work on my phone as well. I have had this phone for 20 months now & Pandora still has no solution. So now I don't listen to Pandora at all. I find new music online through other websites for free. Now Pandora is full of ads & you can only listen for 40 hours a month even though we have to listen to commercials. Pandora used to be one of the greatest human endeavors of all time. Now it is filled with commercials & politics. I hope Pandora has made lots of money selling it's soul to the money-changers.
  7. gkcmilner
    November 01, 2010 at 2:50pm
    I am having a little trouble here. We dumped our iPhones and got an HTC TP2 and HD2. How do I get Pandora on these? It's not in the Windows Market and I don't see the phones on your website (it looks really outdated) but I'm sure you must have it for these phones. Am I missing something? Thanks for your time.
  8. will hemphill
    May 19, 2011 at 3:52pm
    will there ever be pandora for say the htc freestyle
  9. Nick
    July 01, 2011 at 6:31pm
    I know you are working hard on the implamenting more mobile phones but I would like to ask you to please remember the HTC Touch Pro 2 in your services please and thank you Nick
  10. Jina
    July 15, 2011 at 11:26am
    can I used pandoras box on windows ce wireless internet?And if I can should I choose iphone or mobile to access this awesome site?

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