Pandora for Windows Phone updated to add support for voice commands

Pandora for Windows Phone updated to add support for voice commands

To those who use the Pandora music app on your Windows Phone-powered handsets, here’s some good news. You will now be able to play songs on the music streaming service by just murmuring words at it. Pandora has updated its Windows Phone client to add support for voice commands, in addition to a handful of other features.

The much-awaited feature lets you say “Pandora Play” to play a title, and “Pandora Find” to look for a song or artist. Additionally, the app now also has a feature called “Pandora sleep timer” to let you listening to some of your favorite songs while sleeping. The app also recently added recommended stations to find the best music tailored for your taste, and improved sharing feature alongside lockscreen integration.

For those of you are yet to try Pandora app, it’s a free, personalized radio service that boasts a rich library of songs from your favorite artists, comedians and other personalities. You can create your own stations. You can grab the app from the download link below. 

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