Recently played stations

This is the main screen for the Pandora app on Windows Phone. Recently played stations are shown as a small grid of album art, with the most recent station or the song that's currently playing in the biggest space.
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All of your Pandora stations

From the main screen, you can tap "all stations" at the bottom of the screen to get a list of every station you've created on your Pandora account.
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Search by song, artist, or album

To create a new station, you can use the search bar at the top of the app to find artists, songs, or composers.
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Playback screen

Once you launch a station, you'll see the playback screen, which shows the current song and artist information. You can up-vote and down-vote, pause and play, and skip songs from the controls at the bottom.
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Volume controls

From the playback screen, if you use your phone's volume rocker, a small menu with the volume level, song name, and controls will appear on top of the app.
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Playback menu

At the bottom of the playback screen there's a menu where you can pin a station to the start screen, share the track, buy it on Xbox Music, and more.
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Expanded track details

If you tap the album artwork from the playback screen, Pandora will show you a small description of why it chose to include that song in your station.
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Pandora live tiles

The app comes with a live tile that shows the Pandora logo and flips to reveal the song that's currently playing (shown above, bottom). You can also pin stations to your start screen (shown above, top).
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Lock-screen controls

While Pandora is playing, you can pause or skip songs from your lock screen. If you tap on the song title, the app will launch.
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