A new app for iPhone and Android called Pandora Music, developed by YouTube, aims to make music discovery easier than ever before by connecting users with the right people to listen to their favorite songs.
Pandora is a service that uses a variety of different music sources to find and play music, but it has been criticized for not being a true universal music service.
But it has managed to appeal to both the hardcore music fan and the general music-loving crowd, thanks to its use of popular song videos and other videos that are often from famous artists.
The app lets users select a song to listen while browsing through their music library, and then can send a link to the corresponding artist’s YouTube channel.
The YouTube Music app has received more than 1 million downloads in just a few weeks, and the app is still in beta, so it is likely to get some more updates before it becomes available to everyone.
The feature is meant to give users access to the music they have always wanted to listen and can now stream on the big-screen of their smartphone.
“Pandora Music is a free service, and it doesn’t charge for any of the content you find through it.
You can listen to the songs you love without having to pay for them, and you can share the songs that you like with your friends,” the company said.
Pandora will eventually have over a dozen million users, and will likely reach 50 million people before the end of the year.