PandoraMan
PandoraMan
1.1.1

4.3

PandoraMan free download for Mac

PandoraMan

1.1.1
28 November 2011

Run Pandora mini player using WebKit.

Overview

PandoraMan is a small Cocoa app to run the Pandora mini player using WebKit. Created so you can quit Safari, Camino, etc. without killing your music stream.

What's new in PandoraMan

Version 1.1.1: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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24 PandoraMan Reviews

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Kremels
19 August 2008

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This minimal app has been around for quite a while, but it still works flawlessly under Leopard. It does exactly what it needs to do, no more no less.
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Version 1.0.14
BarrettSA
30 November 2011
Version 1.1.1 of PandoraMan appears to be Intel only. Was the PPC support intentionally dropped from the build?
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Version 1.1.1
Gregm
29 November 2011
Ver 1.1.1 shows about 1% CPU usage on my core2 duo system. Now has log-on capabilities without starting off on Pandora's web page first. The only downside I've caught is that it doesn't seem to use the key chain --- which means a **manual** log-on to get to "my" stations
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Version 1.1.1
Peedeebee
24 September 2011
Every time I start or stop playing a station in PandoraMan, a blank window opens in Safari. Does anyone know why that happens? If I don't close each window, after a while I have quite a few open.
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Version 1.0.20
Eveningclouds
14 July 2011
Huge memory hog. Just got the latest version and same problem. Consistently sucking up 33% of CPU acc. to Activity Monitor. There are other standalone Pandora players that are much leaner than this one, although this Pandora Man's feature set is pretty good.
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Version 1.0.20
Gregm
04 April 2011
oops Clicking goof --- I'm trying it out and comparing to the regular Pandora page ---
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Version 1.0.19
Stugots
22 September 2009
This does exactly what it needs to do, no more and no less, and another review noted. I'd used it all the time, except that I have a paid subscription, and I can't login to my account via the app. The "account" pulldown is displayed, but it's not functional. I'm running SL.
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Version 1.0.17
3 answer(s)
Minimal
Minimal
27 September 2009
Unfortunately Pandora removed those features from their Mini Player. As a workaround you can login to Pandora through Safari and it will hold onto your login credentials in PandoraMan.
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Version 1.0.17
Petieg
Petieg
30 October 2009
Does what it says and more... like pop up ad's in a browser. Two as a matter of fact... not worth it IMHO.
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Version 1.0.17
Anon99
Anon99
06 April 2011
You can also use Fluid to create your own, which will let you login & stay logged in.
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Kremels
19 August 2008
This minimal app has been around for quite a while, but it still works flawlessly under Leopard. It does exactly what it needs to do, no more no less.
Like (1)
Version 1.0.14
Minimal
26 March 2007
You can see my response on my blog. http://i.am.politicallydisturbed.com/drupal
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Version 1.0.14
5 answer(s)
MacUpdate-Lon
MacUpdate-Lon
26 March 2007
But to whom and what are you responding?
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Version 1.0.14
Minimal
Minimal
26 March 2007
To the comment regarding about ads not loading correctly.
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Version 1.0.14
Minimal
Minimal
26 March 2007
Too bad MacUpdate doesn't let you update your comments... damn typo's =P
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Version 1.0.14
MacUpdate-Lon
MacUpdate-Lon
26 March 2007
OK, but if we allowed users to edit their comments, then they could edit out whatever parts of their comments that may have become inconvenient sometime after posting them, say, when and if someone took issue with their post and responded to it, and then edit their original post and claim they never said (posted) any such thing. After years of experience with 'boards', I've seen just this sort of thing happen.
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Version 1.0.14
Shock-J
Shock-J
25 June 2009
I've seen forums/boards where the user has a fixed amount of time to update a post, say 15-30 minutes. After that it becomes locked. That seems like a good intermediate solution. If a person makes a typo they didn't see on the initial post, they can go back and fix it within the specified time frame. Locking it quickly afterwards prevents them from doing want you state, changing their comment based on a reply.
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Version 1.0.16
Billyfuster
05 December 2006
Version 1.0.12 fixes the problem reported below where ads loaded in the browser. I wrote to the developers late last week reporting this, and while they didn't acknowledge my e-mail, this new release shows they were listening! Thanks!
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Version 1.0.12
2 answer(s)
Mikelite
Mikelite
09 December 2006
i wrote to them too, a while back, and they finally got back to me about the new release. good kids.
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Version 1.0.12
Rich88
Rich88
05 February 2007
When I wrote Pandora.com about the problem of PandoraMan opening browser pages upon almost any action, this is the reply I received: " PandoraMan is an unauthorized, unsupported program. The only way to use Pandora without seeing our full range of ads-- while staying within our Terms of Use and still helping us keep Pandora a sustainable service-- is to subscribe to Pandora, and continue to visit http://www.pandora.com directly. [What you describe are bugs and glitches within that unsupported program.]"
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Version 1.0.12
Ciaervo
14 November 2006
Something that has been happening just recently is that, every time I rate a song, my browser opens a new window and loads a page from pandora.com, what looks like something meant for the mini player. This is annoying, although not yet enough so that I would stop using PandoraMan over the site.
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Version 1.0.10
1 answer(s)
Mikelite
Mikelite
26 November 2006
same here. pandora must've changed their streaming somehow because even when I use it on their site it refuses to play continuously in the background unless I go back to (see the ads) player. Gotta pay the bills I guess.
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Version 1.0.10