Don't you love streaming your favorite music from Pandora? And isn't it kind of annoying that once you hop in your car, you can't keep listening to it? Well, now you can. Hi, there. I'm Tanner Foust, and I'm going to show you how you can get all your Pandora channels in your car.
If you're not an avid user of Pandora yet, well, you probably will be soon. Pandora is a free internet radio service. You can create stations based on your favorite song, band, or style. Then, Pandora streams your songs from that artist plus other songs from related bands you'll probably like too. It's pretty awesome.
But there wasn't really a great solution to get your Pandora station streaming through your car deck until now. Some of the latest receivers make it easy to stream Pandora directly from your mobile device. If you haven't already, download the free Pandora app onto your smartphone. Make sure to double check that your phone is compatible with your receiver.
This one has you covered because it's compatible with the iPhone, BlackBerries, and Android based phones. Once you've downloaded the app, you can start streaming Pandora to your car system via Bluetooth, giving you full control to skip songs or change channels. It also gives you the option to like or dislike a song.
And if Pandora's not doing it for you, use the built in Bluetooth connectivity to stream your own music right from your smartphone. Or you can place your iPod into this hidden tune tray to bring the beats that way.
It's compatible with most iPod Models, and this hidden compartment keeps your dash looking nice and clean without those adapter wires all over the place. Plus it charges your iPod at the same time. This sound system brings you closer to your music by integrating your mp3 player with your car stereo.
Well, that's it for me. You know what Pandora is, how to get it in your car, and what to do once it's there. Now what are you waiting for? i'm Tanner Foust for Sony with Howdini. For more information, visit sony.com/howdini.