UPDATE: July 10, 2008. We see from the comments that many of you want Pandora on the iPhone. It’s available now — enjoy!

Late last year I wrote on this blog that when we started Pandora we set out to do 5 things, and that we’d so far only been able to talk about four of them.
Well, tonight we can finally take the wraps off a secret project that we started just about a year ago that lets us tackle that “5th thing.”
Over the course of the last year, we’ve had a team developing something we call the Pandora Everywhere Platform.
This is a entirely new system, that allows us to unleash Pandora from the desktop and delivery to any device, in any music format, over any network wired or wireless with capacity for 10’s of millions of users enjoying the same simple Pandora experience they’ve come to expect at Pandora.com.
Using this platform we’re going to be able to take Pandora to places that it simply couldn’t go before and tonight we’re announcing the first two offerings based on this new system:
Pandora for Sprint
Pandora for Sonos


  1. olde one
    May 13, 2011 at 4:06pm
    I just got my very first smartphone, and was heartbroken to learn that Pandora won't work on it. *sigh* Poor Nokia E71 users. I tried some of the other internet radio stations, and they're just not good.
  2. Anthony Simpson
    June 14, 2011 at 6:05pm
    I see many posted for pandora on wii going back years. Get it together!

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