<div>Uber's Pandora partnership is the latest way the ride-hailing app wants to win your heart</div>

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Uber is doing everything it can to make its experience less awkward for drivers and riders alike.
The ride-hailing giant has partnered with Pandora to offer another way for riders and drivers to connect using music. Now, riders can become the DJ — if both parties so choose. 
An integration with Pandora is the latest offering Uber has added to incentivize riders to stay loyal instead of opting for the growing number of ride-hailing competitors. Last month, Uber introduced Local Offers, where Visa credit card holders can earn points toward free rides at hundreds of participating merchants. 
Pandora and Uber first teamed up in June, where drivers could sign up for a free no-ads version of Pandora and control it through the Uber app. Since then, hundreds of thousands of drivers have played more than 60 million songs with Drake, Future, Beyonce, Adele and Bruno Mars as the most played stations. Read more…More about Uber Drivers, Ride Hailing Apps, Spotify, Pandora, and Uber

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