Pandora Radio Comes to Google Glass

Pandora Radio Comes to Google Glass

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The music streaming service now has an official Google Glass app.

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Google Glass Explorers now have a new way to listen to music through Glass. Pandora rolled out its first Glass app Wednesday, which allows users to control their stations via voice commands.

The app started as an internal hackathon project at Pandora earlier this year — and was so popular the company decided to turn it into an official Glass app.

Users can listen to music though Glass in three different ways: with the single earbud included in the Glass Explorer kit, with the stereo earbud accessory or with Glass’ built-in bone conduction speaker, which requires no additional hardware.

“Our Glassware allows you to access your personalised radio stations from wherever you are, interacting with the service through voice command or by using the touchpad,” the company wrote in a blog post.

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