What Pandora is Sadly Missing

On Pandora, you find the music; on iTunes Radio, the music finds you

Clearly seen is iTunes Radio's colorful display, variety of stations and proximity to the music library

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Clearly seen is iTunes Radio's colorful display, variety of stations and proximity to the music library

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Pandora is arguably the most recognized outlet for internet music streaming. So, since nearly every music listener has been bitten by the Pandora bug, why choose iTunes Radio?
iTunes Radio is far more exciting in general than Pandora. Featuring playlists such as “#Trending on Twitter” and “Frozen Radio,” iTunes Radio’s playlists have more personality than the boring “Easy Listening”, or “TV on the Radio” stations found on Pandora.
Unlike Pandora, which exposes its listeners to music of their choosing, iTunes Radio lets you choose which kind of music best suits your listening preferences. You decide to stream popular music or discover new artists. More importantly, you decide what music actually matters.
iTunes Radio is about 3697618594 times more convenient than Pandora. Why? Because if you have any Apple product with iOS7 capabilities, you have noticed it nestled comfortably in your music library. Why download Pandora, an app that will take up precious space on your device, when iTunes Radio is just a touch away?
Next time you find yourself craving some tunes, pick the cooler/better option that all the cool cats are wild about: obviously, iTunes Radio.

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