So, a week ago my friend introduced me to PandoraJam and since then I have been preaching it like the bible. Most college students are aware of Pandora, the website that allows you to create your own musical stations — based off of a song, artist or genre — and then plays similar songs. Whether you need some classical tunes to work to, emo ballads to cry to, or recent pop hits to jam to, Pandora has it all. The only problem: once the song is over, it's gone. You have to sit there, attempt to outsmart the old man pandora and wait for the music genome to, maybe, play it again. dag.
Well, my friends. The savior has arrived. For a low, one-time, $15 payment, PandoraJam copies all of the songs played in Pandora directly onto your iTunes... hell, they even create a play list of your personal stations. Within one day of purchasing this god-sent application, I effortlessly downloaded 250 glorious songs. My advice: make a "quickmix" of your favorite artists, go to class and return to a plethora of new ditties.