A new look and feel for your tunes.

Pandora might not be the first music streaming service to come to your mind, but even as the likes of Spotify and Apple Music continue to grow, there's no denying its place in the streaming market. Pandora announced earlier this month that it'd (sort of) be expanding on-demand listening to Plus and free members, and now the company's released a fairly large update to its Android TV app.

Perhaps one of the biggest additions to this update is support for Pandora Premium. Pandora Premium first launched back in March as a way for users to stream songs on-demand in addition to custom radio stations, and the expansion of it to Android TV is very welcome.

Also new is support for Google Assistant, a new search bar, an Autoplay feature that'll make sure the music never stops, and a user interface that's been refreshed to look more modern.

The v4.0 update for Pandora's Android TV app is available in the Play Store now, and you can grab it by clicking/tapping the button above.

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