Slim Devices announces the support of the Pandora personalized radio stream on the Squeezebox audio streaming device.
I just tried the Pandora music service that is based on the Music Genome Project, and it is amazing. You type in a song or artist and it will generate automatic a set of songs similar to your query. It even gives you a sentence or two on why it recommends the selected titles. One funny thing is that it will not play your selected song right away due to license limitation at least on the free player on the Pandora site (see screenshot below). Give it a try, it really is great way to find new artists and songs that match your taste.
Squeezebox CEO says about Pandora: "The first time I used Pandora on my Squeezebox, I was glued to my listening chair for the entire weekend. I used to get the thrill of finding a new song I liked once a week. Now I feel it one song after another, listening to any style of music."
I reviewed the latest Squeezebox V3 last November. Starting March 1st, Squeezebox v3 and Squeezebox2 owners can listen for free to Pandora for 90-days by using SqueezeNetwork. Customers can continue their Pandora service for only $36 per year.
More details in this Slim Devices press-release.
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