The API methods exposed by Wikia users provide programming language-independent access to Pandora's proprietary APIs. All listed API calls have been reverse-engineered by Wikia users and have not been made available by Pandora. These calls provide access to all aspects of Pandora's functioning including the creation and editing of stations, retrieval of song information, creation of user accounts, logging on or off, and more.
Pandora is an online music player that uses information gathered by the Music Genome Project to find songs or artists with similarities to those that the user likes. It then plays them back on streaming online stations.
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Pydora is a Python-based implementation of the Unofficial Pandora API. While Pydora is fairly complete, it doesn't include any of the undocumented features, or most of the account management features, of the API.
The Unofficial PHP API Client for Pandora is an experimental code library that helps applications written PHP to easily access the Unofficial Pandora API. The library's dependencies include php_openssl and php_mcrypt.