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Pandora desktop apps for Mac

5 September 2012 10,210 views No Comment

Stuff running in a browser window sucks and here are a half dozen Pandora desktop apps for Mac to keep the tunes flowing, from simple menubar controllers to build outs of Pandora's baseline feature set.

Free, cheap, unique feature sets — there is no single let alone best way to listen to Pandora, the world’s best-loved music streaming service. Stuff running in a browser window sucks and here are a half dozen Pandora desktop apps for Mac to keep the tunes flowing, from simple menubar controllers to build outs of Pandora’s baseline feature set.

• Musicality ($4.99) — Just updated for OS X Mountain Lion. Makes online music services like Pandora, Last.fm, and Grooveshark just as easy and powerful as iTunes. If you love music, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it!

Muse ($8) — Built on the same Pandora Radio website you already know and love. Also freshly updated for OS X Mountain Lion.

• PandoraJam ($15) — A stand-alone Pandora app that allows you to record songs directly from the stream and then automagically import them into iTunes. Brilliant.
— “PandoraJam takes the songs Pandora is playing for you and dumps them, tagged into iTunes,” The Macalope.
— PandoraJam 2.1 Beta: Recording is back!

• Pianopub — A free Pandora internet radio player for OS X, featuring Add/Remove stations, Growl support, Apple remote support and media key support.

• Streambox ($7.99) — A full-featured Pandora client that streams Pandora Radio right from the menu bar.

• PandaBar ($4.99) —  Brings global keyboard shortcuts, Apple media keys, Apple remote controls, Growl notifications and more.

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