After launching last month on an invite-only basis, Pandora has announced that all Android and iOS users can now sign up for its $10-per-month on-demand music service, Pandora Premium.
For those who missed its announcement, Pandora Premium grants you with access to a similar catalog of tracks as Spotify, but attempts to set itself aside by focusing on simplicity and putting curated playlists at the forefront of the listening experience.
Unfortunately, the service is still lacking a desktop client — so if you choose to upgrade, you’ll only be able to listen to ad-free music stations from your computer.
It’s also worth noting that Pandora hasn’t struck any deals with record labels yet, which means you won’t be able to listen to exclusive tracks, like you can on Apple Music.
A free six-month trial
If those are a couple of things you can live without, you can register for Pandora Premium using the standard Pandora application on your smartphone and tablet, and if you’re a Pandora Plus customer, you’ll receive a free six-month trial.