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Highlighting the Top Open Source Pandora Radio Clients   
Sunday, January 05 2014 @ 09:42 AM EST
Contributed by: sde

Listening to Pandora Radio using a web browser is not the best way to enjoy the service. Improve the experience by using a desktop client instead of a Flash enabled web browser. The operators, Pandora Media, Inc, offer the Pandora One Desktop Application which lets listeners play music from the desktop without requiring a web browser. However, the desktop application is only available for Windows and Mac users who subscribe to Pandora One. Fortunately, there are some excellent Linux clients that allow you to enjoy the Pandora service without needing a web browser or subscription.

This article highlights versatile open source Linux GUI and console clients that let users effortlessly access the Pandora service. Good quality open source software in this field is very sparse, fortunately there are still a few real gems.

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