Pandora blue tooth blackberry test
I have been listening to Pandora on my laptop for a few months now as a way to avoid the many other forms of obtaining cataloging and dealing with music. It does tend to repeat itself on channels but that is probably my fault for not investing more time in defining my tastes. But that's not the point. I bought a blue tooth headphone/headset at the airport a month or so back as part of my "get fit" campaign inspired by the biggest loser. Note that I don't really want to exercise or get fit as much as I want to play with gadgets but that the desire to come-up with overly complex reasons not to exercise does improve my life anyways. So I bought the blue tooth head set and hooked it up to my Blackberry Curve figuring that I could use it for 5 hour car trips and similar functions. It did work but I then decided it wasn't that useful since most of the time I can just talk on my cell phone. But I was using Pandora while doing my taxes and I noticed that they finally offered Blackberry support. Since it was already 3:00 AM when I finished fighting with TurboTax I figured it was the perfect time to invest some quality time with my gadgets. So I downloaded the Pandora application to the Blackberry. I wasn't about to excercise at this hour! It warned me off the bat that this was a very data intensive application. I pondered the brief description that I had gotten the "unlimited data plan" with my Blackberry when I got it at the Sprint office and thought to myself... glad I don't care about that. On turning it on it blasted some music out of the phone that I thought might wake the kids. So I figured "NOW is the time to test my blue tooth headset as a preliminary act prior to using my phone as a music device while working out on my overpriced elliptical runner in the basement. So I paired the devices and am listening to a crackly "Sweet Surrender" by Sarah M. I walked away from the phone to see how far the blue tooth stuff reached and learned that I wasn't about to get orange juice in my house without the music cutting out. But hey... I got Pandora to work on my Blackberry with a blue tooth set of headphones and I'm going to sleep well tonight (for 2 hours)!