Say what you will about Google Glass, but it continues to rack up third-party support.
Pandora is the latest to throw its hat in the Glass ring. Hatched at a recent company Hack-a-thon (we're getting a lot of those lately), Pandora for Glass arrives today.
Taking advantage of Glass's hands-free controls, Pandora for Glass can get Explorers into their favorite stations via voice controls. But voice controls aren't limited to accessing existing stations; users can also create new ones using just their vocal cords.
The touchpad offers more advanced functions, not only letting users jump into their stations but also granting them thumb-ups and thumb-downs powers as well as pause, skip and stop.
Listening options include the built-in speaker plus bone conduction method, the mono earbud included in the Explorer kit or a double earbud accessory.
To get Pandora for Glass, Google Glass owners can head to google.com/myglass, sniff out Pandora, turn it ON on the detail page (sign-in required), and give the requisite basic info approval. From there, Pandora will arrive over the air and you can start streaming to your ears' content.