Pandora for Android: it’s coming

June 16, 2009

Pandora for Android is under development now. We’re a startup and sometimes the world has a way of stepping in and changing priorities, but assuming that doesn’t happen, our plan is for Android to be the next big mobile platform launch for us.

Over the course of the last year Pandora has come in for a lot of criticism for the prioritization choices I’ve made about which mobile operating systems to support and when to support them. I brought some of that on myself, and I deserved to be criticized. Because we’re a relatively small team we’ve decided to focus on one mobile OS at time with the goal of bringing Pandora to every “smartphone” platform where our users want us. There are those that want to believe that I’ve made those choices based on some personal preference for one OS or another. Others see some kind of payola at work.

The reality is that we started with the iPhone because it was an extremely compelling music phone with an extremely compelling developer SDK. We followed on with Windows Mobile and BlackBerry because they have huge volume. Then, perhaps most controversially, I chose to develop for the Palm Pre next. That decision hinged on a unique opportunity Palm presented to us: to be one of just 5-10 developers that worked together with Palm on the initial launch of the Pre. This opportunity was unique in that it essentially guaranteed that every Pre customer would easily find Pandora in the download store. It also seemed likely that we’d have an opportunity to play a part in their launch advertising and press. All of this has come true. Pandora for the Pre turned out really well, nearly every Palm Pre user has installed the application, and Pandora was a meaningful part of their launch story and advertising.

While we were busy doing everything I just described, the Android universe has developed nicely. The G1 is a really good phone. I routinely carry one myself. But the so-called G2 is a great phone. And there are more Android handsets in the pipeline that are extremely compelling. The OS has also evolved noticeably with lots of great new features for developers and end users to take advantage of. While I regret our inability to be part of the Android community from day one, I’m really excited to join the party in progress.

Update, August 10th: We’re still hard at work on this, and have been every day since this post. It’s going to be great. Stay tuned — it’s coming.

Update, Sept 6th: Well look at that… Sprint mentioned Pandora in their HTC Hero press release. Hmmm… starting to sound like “we’re working on it” is more like “coming soon”. :-)

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120 Responses to “Pandora for Android: it’s coming”

  1. Sheldon Says:

    i was about to email pandora and ask this. GREAT news, thanks for posting this up and answering many of our questions.

    I’ve been weighing the iphone, but if pandora and audible books were supported on the android based phone, i’d basically be savings money with all the functionality of the iphone i need.

    THANK you, and good luck! Do you have an estimated time frame for development? 1 month, 2 months, 4 months???

  2. Taylor Says:

    Yay, super excited! Pandora is the app I have wanted on my phone from day 1. I think it’s finally time to order some nice stereo bluetooth headphones.

  3. Kitsunisan Says:

    Too late for me, I’ve been using Last.FM on the G1 for the past few months, works great for me. I got sick and tired of waiting for Pandora to decide if android was “worthy” of their app, moved on. Pre getting it at launch was a slap in the face for Android users.

    • Bree Says:

      too bad last.fm doesn’t have nearly the selection of music that Pandora has. Take some of my favorites and Last hasn’t heard of them… but it is what I use to fill in for when Pandora is finally here.

      • CinloyKko Says:

        I’ve been using Imeem on my G1 and I have to say that its basically just as good as Pandora. It has a very good library. Imeem gives you the choice of uploading your own songs to keep in a playlist so even if it doesnt have your fav song, you could add it yourself. Pandora would always be my favorite, but after waiting for so long (and asking/emailing them so often) moving on seemed best. Thats the same for many users. The wait drove us to other apps.

  4. Sheldon Says:

    @ Kitsunisan: I can see your point. My issue is I’d LOVE to switch to Android entirely, but as I am a hardcore Pandora user and Audible.com books reader, I am ruled out, as Audible won’t commit to making it work for Android (yet they’ll make it work on Oakley sunglass headphones, and GPS units?!?), and Pandora can’t commit to a timeframe. Months, weeks, half a year?

    I am a firm believer in the potential for Android, but without Audible.com and pandora support, it just won’t support what I need!


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  6. Yes, I’m with Taylor. Looking forward to Pandora app for Android. I’m a big fan of Pandora, good news. :) Cheers!

    -Mig

  7. anonymous_coward Says:

    Saying “it’s too late” is a bit ridiculous isn’t it?
    Try it (when it’ll be ready), and if it is superior to the last.fm app, then just use it.

    You don’t have to stick with an app just because it was released first… Use the best one.

  8. Sheldon Says:

    @anonymous: good point!

    i’m just frustrated as I want to switch to Android and not get an iphone, but i don’t see any option for Audible books moving to the Android platform. Once that matures out and a player is developed, I might be interested, but by that time I’ll have already purchased a phone. Hate waiting for the maturation of open source sometimes :-( as it doesn’t gain the “big” players support like Audible, Itunes, and other places that still have some DRM material.

    • Anuj Patel Says:

      Even if Pandora lags on its ap for Android, by October at the latest, Android will support Flash. In fact, the HTC Hero already supports Flash, and therefore Pandora.

      Problem solved! Get the Android.

  9. Sheldon Says:

    *** here’s what I got for their response to adding support, i’d encourage you to email a request (even if you don’t use audible yet) if you are a proponent of Android, a lot of users w/Audible might enjoy the Android platform if it was supported ***

    audible@custhelp.com

    Dear S,

    Thank you for contacting Audible.

    I see that you are inquiring about the generation of Android phones being compatible with Audible. As of now we have heard no word on this issue. The Android platform is a Linux based operating system for mobile phones. We are actually trying to work with the open-source developers of Linux to see if we can make our file format compatible with their operating system, which allow the Android platform to also be supported. If that happens, we do expect support for Linux computers in the future, and hope that occurs. I am so sorry that we are not able to support this system at this time, but I do hope that in the future, we will be able to provide our software to the number of Android / Linux users that have been asking for it to become compatible.

    Thank you and have a nice day!

    Sincerely,
    Michael T.
    Audible Customer Support

  10. Flipper Baby Says:

    Well, well well… so the palm.. come on the palm? really.. like they didn’t get enough cool stuff with being able to sync with iTunes.. they got Pandora at launch. And what did we Android users get? Google Earth.. oh nope that was iPhone. Google Docs.. nope iPhone again. Pandora.. oh no that was every other smart phone on the *&^%$#@ market.

    Well this Android user has gone back to their Blackberry until/if Pandora will/can release an app for it.

    Side note – You use an Android device (routinely carry one) and still it took you this long to create an app for this platform.. Do you hate your self?

  11. mulit-slacking android user Says:

    Huzzah! Lets all celebrate! Don’t pay any attention my overly-critical fellow android users. They’re just bitter because every tech blog on the internet slams android every chance they get. That and all the free apps that we had before are now being ‘updated’ to trial apps with the app that used to be free now costing money *cough*power manager*cough*. Anyways, thanks! I cant wait to use it with my S9 so now i can really slack off at work.. which reminds me i should get back to chatting with my wife.

    • Lisa Says:

      Saw your reference to the (Motorola) S9, a bluetooth stereo headset which can also answer phone calls. I use it with my G1 and Streamfurious (until Pandora comes along)BUT I have a problem with the rubber ear bud covers. They keep coming off! Do you know of anyplace where I can get replacement buds?
      That gets around the G1′s “limited” mini USB input (no 3.5 mm audio input; can’t charge & listen at same time out of the box)
      Thanks


  12. Ah, you’ve elected to ventilate the skull after all. ;)

    I suppose can understand your thinking as regards prioritizing WebOS development over Android, but I’m not sure it was a good idea. How many installations of Pandora do you expect on WebOS by the time Pandora for Android is ready? Whatever that number is, I would guess there will be that number or more installations on Android within a few weeks of the Pandora for Android release.

    With Android devices for T-Mobile (2, at least), Sprint, and AT&T by the end of the year, how long do you think it will take for Android Pandora installations to quadruple the number of installations on WebOS?

    Considering the fact that there are going to be many, many more people using Android than WebOS in the not-distant future, I’m not sure your prioritizing WebOS did anything more than annoy users of a platform that will certainly eventually outnumber even iPhone users.

    • Tom Conrad Says:

      @christopher

      Yep, time for that hole it seems. Sigh.

      You may well be right about the Pre installs vs what we lost in the interim with Android. One of those tough calls. I’m just glad to have moved on to Android now. Absolutely agree that this fall is going to be tremendous for Android and that the platform has tons of potential. My sense is that we’re still very much at the beginning of the story with Android with much to come. Glad that we’ll be part of the next chapter.


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  14. tuzonghua Says:

    Finally. I’m tired of all the major mobile developers pushing Android aside in their choice to develop for other platforms. No app approval process, open source, and 5+ phones in the pipeline.

    By the time major developers come around, developers who chose Android first will already have more solid, well-developed apps that may be hard to overcome.

    Case in point: Last.fm

  15. Mike Says:

    Awesome and thank you…I love Pandora (recently getting turned on to it) and have even been considering financially supporting your efforts…but as I have become more of a fan of this format, I was becoming dismayed that my beloved G1 Android based phone did not have an app…and was actually thinking about switching to imeem…but found this blog just in the nick of time!

    YEAH!

    I anxiously await the app! Now back to listening to Pandora at work ;)

  16. Sheldon Says:

    i’ll be ready for android in a year or two once its on par with the iphones support, and I WANTED to go with it, but Audible support etc just isn’t there right now. I hope to switch later, but right now I’ve resorted to getting the iphone as its platform is widely supported by companies at this point.

    good luck … you pioneers!

  17. Lallo Says:

    I can’t wait! I’ve been waiting and waiting…


  18. It would be really cool if you had a widget on the home screen with some controls over what’s playing in the background.

  19. and.roid.es Says:

    One question only. I am Android user outside USA, can I have pandora or is only for US citizens?
    Thanks in advance! :)

  20. rufino Says:

    thank you so much. just thank you. i’ve emailed twice and both responses were from an ian. first time, he said that it was something you guys were looking into, second time he said no guarantees but you guys might be on to something.

    ….thank you again. been listening to since 2006, and can’t wait to have this on my G1.

  21. innerspace Says:

    Hooray!

    So glad to hear the dev team is stepping up to the challenge. I can’t wait to see what you all do to contribute to the growth of the Android app catalog. Thanks for comin’ around!

  22. Rob Says:

    Thank you. It’s been killing me to not have this on the go.


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  26. You forgot about us, Tom Conrad.

    THE NERDS THAT GAVE YOU A CHANCE- THE NERDS WHO TOLD ALL OF THE PEOPLE WHO LISTEN TO US BECAUSE WE ARE NERDS.

    We went to Android.. A service as revolutionary and fresh as Pandora was.

    And you left us in the DIRT. No excuses, you need to apologize. Wait, too late. Your insolence has led me to explore..in doing so I have discovered that GrooveShark is a much better resource. They have been working with Android since their launch..and give us weekly updates about when their app will be out.

    So unless they buckle under the law suits..you lost this nerd. P.S Thinks for leaving the loyal out to dry, you IPHONE- Mass pleasing fanboy.


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  31. TareX Says:

    Thanks, and about time too. I don’t blame you for jumping on the webOS bandwagon instead. Yes, Android was immature at its birth and you made the right decision.

    However, now, Android is poised to take over all other smartphone OSes. It is evolving at an impressive speed and pace, and even if you don’t have it in time, I’m sure when Flash 10 support hits the Android browser, we’ll be able to play the desktop web version instead…

  32. TareX Says:

    Hmmm… GrooveShark? Well I’ll look for it. Sounds interesting. I’m sure their headstart at development for Android will show in their final product.


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  35. chuck Says:

    thank you sir! (or sirs? and likely madams? yes.) this is great news.


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  39. S60 User Says:

    This is both good and bad news. Good because it’s refreshing to see that Pandora is moving to other operating systems except just iPhone OS, WM, and Blackberry OS.

    It’s bad because S60 users are still left out in the cold. I just don’t understand. Maybe S60 isn’t so popular in US but it does boast the world’s largest smartphone user base.

    In the meantime, I’m going to remain optimistic hoping that the new touch S60 and the Ovi Store might attract Pandora’s attention. :)

    • Christopher Carr Says:

      Thing is, Symbian is not a modern mobile OS. If Nokia were smart (they’re not), they would adopt Android. Imagine what they could do if they just focused their efforts on great hardware and perhaps a nifty, custom Android UI.


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  44. Blaque Says:

    Thank you for finally making an Android app. I am semi-ticked off like the other Android users (especially when you have friends listening to Pandora on their Iphone for awhile) voicing their opinions… But feel relieved that now I will have more choices of music apps compared to my WebOS friends.


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  52. Sam Says:

    Just a thank you for your hard work to develop Pandora, and for your decision to support it. No matter what you do, there will always be those to will find fault, and sadly they are the most vocal. Just keep doing what you are doing and thank you again for a great product.

  53. Kevin Lowe Says:

    Glad to hear it. I just picked up a G1, and was a bit let down with the lack of internet radio clients. I was thinking of switching to last.fm, but I’ll hold out a bit for Pandora.

    • smash579 Says:

      @KEVIN no need to wait since last.fm client on G1 is free. so is the imeem.

      both of which are excellent (through definitely not Pandora killers)

      install them and use them. maybe that will give Pandora a reason to MOVE IT with the development.

      its been almost a year since Tom acknowledged his nearsightedness about Android, and they still have yet to squeeze out a client. shameful.

  54. Teal Says:

    I guess I’ll believe this when I see it (or hear it). It’s clear that Pandora has a pretty significant bias against Android and will be dragged kicking and screaming onto it. They are just angry that there is yet another platform to support. Well guys, welcome to the real world. Part of staying competitive is keeping up with these things. I still see them dragging their feet on this as long as possible. As one poster said it has to prove itself “worthy” of this app. Keep up this attitude and you’ll be left in the dust.


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  57. Xechorizo Says:

    THANK YOU. Proud subscriber to Pandora and proud owner of an Android device, will be elated to finally have the music genome project in my pocket. May Pandora’s box be a musical one for many years and platforms to come!

  58. Joe Says:

    When you say “We followed on with Windows Mobile”, you mean ONLY 5 Windows Mobile phones that are virtually antiquated by now, right? I have been watching the “more phones coming soon” sign for the past year. Pandora is supported on the HTC Touch. The HTC Touch Diamond, HTC Touch Pro, HTC Touch Diamond 2, and HTC Touch Pro 2 have ALL come out now with no Pandora support. Do people even own the HTC Touch anymore? Why is it so hard to port this app to newer Windows Mobile phones?? The guys over at PPCGeeks have hacked together something that sorta works, but not really.

    I would GLADLY pay $4 per month to have Pandora supported on my current Windows Mobile phone, and I have heard plenty of other people say the exact same thing. I understand that you guys might be running a small shop, but I really have to question why you don’t just outsource some of this work to get it done. The demand is obviously there. People are willing to pay for this product. And you are just letting that business opportunity slip through your fingers.

  59. Teal Says:

    Tick, tick, tick, the clock is ticking. Still waiting for the Android app. I wonder what the odds are that it will actually happen. Maybe they’ll pull an Apple and back out on their word.

  60. Brad Says:

    I take them at their word that they’re working on it, but I am starting to wonder what is taking so long.

  61. Edgie Says:

    Yea I’m starting to wonder too.. I’m thinking bout buying the Mytouch but only if it has the Pandora App..

  62. Johnny P Says:

    Will this happen first or will Mike Vick get signed first?

    • G1_Hokie Says:

      Well Johnny P, guess your question has been answered. 2 year deal with the Eagles and I still haven’t heard of a solid Date or more specific time range.

      IT has blocked pandora at work. We haven’t been able to find viable ways to get around it (remote access, pagewash are a no-go) so having it on my G1 will be a great help.

      Question: What will be the benefit of having an actual app over just using flash in a browser to access the site?

  63. Craig Says:

    Hi Tom,

    Thanks for all your hard work on Pandora. I think it is the only thing that works now on my original iPhone and is the main reason I’ve been hanging on to it instead of switching to the Android phone they gave out this year at Google I/O. I was wondering if you guys might be relying on Flash for this since Android is supporting Flash, but the compression you use must be different on mobile networks due to limited bandwidth, plus an app is always better if you have the dev cycles. Well I was late the last three days for work cuz my iPhone alarm isn’t working so I’m switching now and will be ecstatic to have Pandora on this. Thanks again for churning these things out and please email me if you guys have any dev consulting or work opportunities here in the Phx metro area.

  64. Kim Says:

    I’m dyin’ over here!!! Got an ETA on this??? I feel so left out, I actually ditched AT&T entirely just to get a G1 and am so disappointed that the freakin’ Palm Pre got this right out of the gate. I have seen ONE of those since it came out, while I see fellow G1 owners everywhere! :(

  65. Dan Says:

    I recently got a mytouch and love it. I CAN wait for this program to come out because compaired to the other adaptive music technologies I think this is the best. I’ve tried other apps and while they are good, they don’t have the imprint and stations I’ve already created and personal preferences. Can’t wait.

  66. Terry Says:

    Two weeks since the last update, basically the same as before ‘we’re working on it’. So we gonna get the same update in September. Or are we really waiting for flash support, which would be completely out of pandora control?

  67. halfassed911 Says:

    I NEED PANDORA!!!!!, after going from a blackberry to a mytouch with no Pandora it’s horrible. all they have for android is imeem and last.fm and their both crap compared to Pandora. please hurry i’m desperate.

  68. Nancy Says:

    I hope we don’t have to wait much longer, I just got a MyTouch and none of the app works as Pandora, I miss it so much!

  69. Daniel Says:

    Please man, android is the future and you made one for webos which will never take off and stay in beta. i have been a pandora member since prob 04. it cant take as long as it has been taken. release it por favor

  70. Terry Says:

    from blog.pandora.com, music analyst kevin seal>>
    @May — The G1 app, the Android app (or Pandroid, as I like to call it) is right around the corner. It’s coming -very- soon, it is. Thanks for your patience… we want this just as much as you do, believe me.

    Posted by: Kevin Seal at August 26, 2009 06:27 PM

  71. Mike Says:

    Would love to see Pandora on Android announced before Sprint’s release of their first Android device next month. I’m considering ditching my WM phone for the Hero, but will probably hold off until I know Pandora (my most-used app) is available!

  72. Terry Says:

    is there anything to read into with the last two mobile Pandora releases being tied to sprint phones?

  73. Terry Says:

    Pandroid Lives! The Offiicial Red Ryder Carbine-Action Two-Hundred Shot Range Model Air Rifle with a Compass in the Stock…I feel like ralphie on christmas morning. Thank you

  74. Craig Says:

    Thank you thank you thank you!!!! Woo Hoo!!!! Nice touch with the station pics too. :)

  75. Brad Says:

    Thank you!! Even has the quality toggle – awesome.

  76. Dejos Says:

    Thank you thank you! Now I will have to get Pandora One

  77. Teal Says:

    Hallelujah! Many thanks for this. I’ll no go set up my subscription for auto-renewal.


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  82. Grover Says:

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  84. Diseño Web Says:

    Two weeks since the last update, basically the same as before ‘we’re working on it’. So we gonna get the same update in September. Or are we really waiting for flash support, which would be completely out of pandora control?

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  87. So we gonna get the same update in September.


  88. Pandora is a must! its the only one that works well,(i don’t like LAST.fm) im waiting to test in in android!!!


  89. I remember when i discover pandora, and was totally free later on, they start to charge or somehitng like that! but the service and the accuarte when you wanna found new music, is so much amazing.


  90. This article is informative and interesting


  91. Thank you thank you thank you!!!! Woo Hoo!!!! Nice touch with the station pics too.!


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  93. Please man, android is the future and you made one for webos which will never take off and stay in beta!

  94. S4MU3L Says:

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  95. I agree, it has very good improvements

  96. Atul Says:

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