Pandora lands on two comScore rankings for digital properties

In its April rankings, comScore found a strong month for Pandora. The online radio platform ranked No. 23 in the list of the top 50 multiplatform properties with nearly 85.3 million unique visitors. Pandora also made the list of top 15 smartphone apps, landing at No. 8 with 41.6% reach. Apple Music also made the cut at No. 11, but that placement refers to the native iOS app from the tech company, which includes radio and personal libraries from iTunes in addition to the Apple Music streaming service. YouTube held the No. 3 spot, although that includes any and all activity on the video app, not just music-related views.

Pandora and Apple Music audio properties make frequent appearances in comScore reports. Most recently they scored nods on the list of top mobile apps by reach.

comscore April 2016

Anna Washenko