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So I’ve been toying around with Pandora and Last.fm the last couple of days, trying to decide which service fits my needs better. Here’s a quick rundown of my observations:
My main use for the streaming audio is going to be on my iPhone, so that gives Pandora major brownie points. In fact, my only real problem with Pandora is the lack of a decent desktop-listening experience. As I said, you can’t use the desktop app without signing up for Pandora One and even then you still don’t get a very attractive UI.
For now I’ve settled on Pandora, but I’m not quite ready to sign up for Pandora One yet. In the mean time I’ve used Safari’s “webclip” feature to run the web version of the Pandora interface straight from my dashboard. Now to listen to and interact with Pandora all I have to do is hit my Dashboard button!
Note: When creating your web clip, make sure and click the little “i” button in the widget to flip it over and uncheck “Only play audio in Dashboard” so that you can continue to listen to your stations even when you’re not on the Dashboard.
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