Pandora listeners now have access to their own voice-activated, in-house DJ. The highly anticipated Google Home gives you the freedom to play, skip, thumb, and replay your music… simply with the power of your voice. Whether you’re hanging with friends in the living room, making a snack in the kitchen, folding laundry in the bedroom, or you’re just a little too tired to roll over to where your phone is charging (hey, we aren’t judging), you can now control your music hands-free.

So, how does it work? Simply start by saying “Ok, Google,” followed by an artist or station request such as, “Play my Thumbprint Radio” or “Play Today’s Hits.” While you’re jamming out, you can thumb up and down, skip, and create new stations all by just speaking to the device. Pandora Plus listeners will also be able to replay their favorite tracks by asking Google Home to “Play it again.”

If you have Chromecast Audio or Chromecast built-in speakers, you can even manage playback on these devices by asking Google Home. Want to learn more about Google Home? Check it out here.

In addition to our Google Home integration, Pandora is available in over 1700 connected devices spanning TVs, game consoles, streaming players, and more. Check out all of the awesome ways you can listen to Pandora by visiting Pandora.com/everywhere.

Comments

  1. A. F. Seattle
    November 07, 2016 at 8:18pm
    Pandora and Google Home.... 2 hours in and already a match made in heaven!! THANKS Pandora for being a Google Home early adopter! You have 3 new customers!
    Reply
  2. mr-jatt
    December 12, 2016 at 7:06am
    First Time I Visit Pandora awesome site.. i bookmark is this thanks for provide us music. Here is Some More Site I Visit Today djpunjab
    Reply
  3. Danon Law
    December 29, 2016 at 1:11pm
    No matter how many times I say thumbprint radio it always responds with "ok playing some music".. why! :(
    Reply

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