Version 0.4
A native Pandora Internet Radio client for Ubuntu Touch
Panpipe is an open source GPLv3 client for Panpipe Internet Radio. It is written in QML/JavaScript and is designed to run natively on Ubuntu Touch. In the future I hope to bring Panpipe to other platforms that support QML/JS and are in need of a Pandora client. Panpipe is still under heavy development and has a ways to go to feature completion.
  • Free and Open Source
  • Interactive and intuitive UI


Panpipe is one of the growing number of applications designed to integrate natively with the Ubuntu Touch design approach. The focus is on content and controls are tucked away in a toolbar that hides along the bottom edge. Panpipe strives to be intuitive, easy to use, and pleasing to the eye.

Panpipe is open source, and code is hosted on Github. Bug reports and code contributions are all very welcome.

You can check out more of what's going on with Panpipe on our G+ Page! Google+

Panpipe is not affiliated with or endorsed by Pandora Media, Inc.


Version 0.4

Released on January 16, 2016
  • NEWBrand new convergent GUI
  • NEWUtilizes system services to continue playing music when app is suspended
  • NEWAudio stream type selection option
  • NEWMajor restructuring of source code

Version 0.3

Released on November 12, 2014
  • NEWUser station management
  • NEWImplements new header controls
  • NEWWorks on recent Ubuntu images

Version 0.2

Released on December 30, 2013
  • NEWRedesigned PageStack layout
  • NEWA Redesigned application icon from Sam Hewitt
  • NEWStation list sorting
  • NEWAbout dialog with link to project website
  • NEWA "Now Playing" bar at the bottom of the station page
  • NEWThe "Now Playing" bar supports swipe-left to skip forward
  • NEWStation and Song option menus
  • NEWCurrently playing station is now highlighted in the station list

Version 0.1

Released on October 18th, 2013
  • NEWInitial Release



Contact Us

Panpipe is FLOSS (Free Libre Open Source Software) and as such it is made possible by the source code, designs, bugs, artwork, etc. that is contributed by the open source community. If you would like to be a part of making Panpipe a first class Pandora client, or would like to contact the developer about anything else, I'd be glad to hear from you.