Pandora now allows Premium users to share their music on Snapchat0
Moreover, any Snapchat users in the United States who receives the music card shared by a friend will have direct access to Pandora’s entire music library. Even if the Snapchat user who receives playlist card doesn’t have a Pandora Premium account, they will still be able to access 30 minutes of free unlimited and uninterrupted music. However, that comes at a price, as they will be forced to watch a 30-second ad.
- When you’re listening to a song, playlist or album on the Pandora app, tap “Share” on the “Now Playing” screen.
- Select “Snapchat”– each song, album or playlist will have a unique card that celebrates the music’s artwork.
- Add the card to your Story, share directly with a friend, or Snap to a group of friends.
- Friends who view your Snap can swipe up and listen to the music-on-demand on Pandora thanks to Pandora’s Premium Access feature.
The new sharing feature is available to all Pandora Premium users on iOS and Android devices starting today, but Pandora ad-supported users will also be able to share on Snapchat.