Hey Android users, we know you’ve got great taste in music. We’re happy to announce that Pandora and Snapchat are bringing you a brand new way to share song cards with friends and family, so they can easily listen to the tune you’re spinning.
Last month, Pandora teamed up with Snap as the first music streaming launch partner for Snap Kit to bring Snapchatters a new way to connect and express themselves through music. After rolling out to Pandora ad-supported and Plus listeners on iOS, the feature is now available to ad-supported and Plus listeners on Android.
Starting today, any Snapchatter who receives your song card will have direct access to Pandora’s music library.
To begin sharing your favorite tunes, just follow these simple instructions:
- When you’re listening to a song on the Pandora app you want to share, tap “Share” on the “Now Playing” screen.
- Select “Share on Snapchat”– each song will have a unique song card that celebrates the album artwork.
- Add the song card to your Story, share directly with a friend, or pass it along to a group of friends.
- Friends who view your Snap can swipe up and listen to the song on-demand on Pandora thanks to Pandora’s Premium Access feature.
Now when you’re sharing Snaps, you can share your life’s soundtrack, too — all without connecting your Snapchat and Pandora apps. Whether you’re grooving to Top 40 hits, country tunes, a band you just discovered, a song by an artist you’re seeing in concert, or an EDM banger, go ahead and tap “Share.”
In the coming weeks, we’ll be announcing sharing capabilities for Pandora Premium listeners on iOS and Android. Stay tuned!
—Laura Eng, Product Manager, Pandora