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    I was wondering if the pre was the only device on which there are no audio ads in pandora? Does that go for all webos devices? Any other phones or platforms? Thanks.
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    I have seen audio ads on several Android phones before. I'm not sure about iOS though.


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    iOS plays VIDEO ads. Annoying!! I was also wondering what the deal was with no ads on webOS. It seems to be the only version of pandora without ads. Even the pandora website has ads. Im not complaining at all. I love not having ads. lol

    Edit: That post had a lot of "ads" lol
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    There's also no monthly limit too, I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spare View Post
    There's also no monthly limit too, I believe.

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    I wasnt aware of that one. Im always afraid of using it too much and running out of the monthly hours.
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    I think song limits are server side. I've gotten a warning email before.

    the ipad pandora has audio ads. I had forgotten all about them lol.

    reason I ask is because a co worker or two are now interested in getting smartphones cause of pandora, but if were plugging them in at work, it's something I wana warn them about if theyr gna get a phone on a different platforn

    so I'm pretty happy pandora was a launch partner
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    Quote Originally Posted by patricksmangan View Post
    I think song limits are server side. I've gotten a warning email before.

    the ipad pandora has audio ads. I had forgotten all about them lol.

    reason I ask is because a co worker or two are now interested in getting smartphones cause of pandora, but if were plugging them in at work, it's something I wana warn them about if theyr gna get a phone on a different platforn

    so I'm pretty happy pandora was a launch partner
    I've never gotten a warning email myself but I've never timed myself either. Well, it doesn't stop playing music to ask if you're still listening in webos vs pc.

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