It was great while it lasted, I couldn’t have made it through the last eight months of tedious work without you xox
I just did a Google search on “Pandora Hack” – it pulled up this sweet utility that will write the Pandora tracks to Mp3 files as they are played. Booyah. I’m still loving Pandora.
- Noobs Guide to Pandora’s Rip Hack
- Pandora: How to Rip and Save Pandoras Music to MP3 Files for Free
- Pandora Downloader : Installation Instructions
(I’m hoping these are still working – I can’t try them out until the broadband at home gets up and running again, which is a couple of weeks away!).
See also Technophilia: 15 ways to get more out of Pandora, which gives some useful tips on extending Pandora. I’d especially agree with point #2 (something I’ve noticed):
Shut it down: Turn Pandora completely off about once every two hours. The player tends to get, for lack of a better term, stuck, and doesn’t do as good a job finding your stuff the longer it plays. Turning it off and on every once in a while seems to resolve this issue.
There’s also the Pandora Roundup which also looks to have some more useful extensions and hacks.