Pandora is a popular platform that streams music to numerous users from the United States, Australia and New Zealand - since it is supported only in these countries, people from other regions who want to enjoy it need to resort to VPN services and proxy servers.
Pandorian aims to reduce a little of this hassle so as to allow you to focus solely on the music, rather than setting up your browser to connect to the Internet via proxy whenever you want to play Pandora tracks.
Play Pandora via proxy
Once you install the application on your computer, you need to create a successful configuration so that Pandorian can bypass geographical restrictions and play Pandora music.
First and foremost, you need to enter the data of the proxy server you want to use: its name and port, along with the username and password.
Secondly, you will be required to input your Pandora credentials, as well as specify the audio quality you prefer, be it low or high.
Listen to tracks suggested by Pandora
After the configuration steps have been completed, you will be able to start listening to Pandora music and preview the album covers for each played track (the full name of the artist will also be displayed).
You can skip the current song with a single mouse click, or you can assign it a rating, be it positive or negative, thus helping Pandora filter the future songs and make sure you like them.
All in all, Pandorian can come in handy to all those who do not want to rely on system-wide proxy servers just to be able to listen to Pandora music. Moreover, it not depend on any browser so no additional tabs will be open.