> > Talking with Hunter about this today, I suggested that the best solution might be to make use of Google’s Multiple Sign-In Feature. > To do this, from your webmail, click on the email id in the top right, and select “Account Settings”. > Next to Multiple Sign-In, click Edit. > Select On, make sure all four boxes are checked, and click Save. > From the webmail page , click again on the email id at the top right. > Click “Switch Account” > Sign in with the other Google account. > Now you can switch back and forth between the accounts by clicking the email id at the top right. Jackie
Hi Glenn -
The AppleTV won’t play Pandora on its own. You have to stream the audio to it over the network, and there are two ways to do it.
If you have an iPhone Touch, iPhone (3GS or 4), or iPad, you can download the Pandora App (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pandora-radio/id284035177?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D2). The device must be able to support at least software version 4.3. The Pandora App (and other Apps like it) make use of a streaming protocol Apple developed called AirPlay (http://www.apple.com/itunes/airplay/).
If you have a Mac, use this software:
PandoraJam works really well, and while it allows you to stream Pandora to your AppleTV, it also allows you to save the played music to your iTunes library.
If you have a PC, use this software:
AirFoil (there’s a Mac version, too) allows you to stream ANY audio from your PC or Mac to an AppleTV, effectively making the AppleTV a wireless speaker. It works well, too.
On May 14, 2011, at 1:24 AM, Glenn wrote:
> How do I pandora through apple tv? > > Sincerely, > > Glenn