With such a wide variety of music genres, you can easily create a huge list of stations in Pandora that make it hard to find your playlists. Fortunately, the app makes it easy to remove unwanted channels to optimize your experience and listen to your favorite music in as few clicks as possible.
In addition to poor visibility, a ton of Pandora stations can also lead to unnecessary redundancy, as many songs cross over into different genres, such as playing indie pop songs in alternative stations, and so on. Therefore, it may be a good idea to carefully search the channel list and eliminate the clutter to avoid confusion.
Deleting Pandora channels on the iPhone
To delete a channel on the iPhone, first open Pandora and go to the My Collection page to see your list of available channels. By default, your stations will be displayed with the last station played or created above. However, you can click the "AZ" button at the top of the screen to view them in alphabetical order to help you find the channel you want to remove.
When you have found the destination station, swipe left and then tap "Delete" on the right. Now click on "Delete" in the confirmation prompt that appears to complete the process.
Removing a Pandora Station on Android is similar to the iOS method we highlighted above. So, open the app, go to My Collection, and view your channels either in "Recently Used" or in alphabetical order ("AZ") according to your preference.
However, unlike the iPhone method, you need to press and hold for a long time. A menu appears on the right side of the channel you want to delete. Once this is the case, just tap "Delete Station" to remove it immediately. If you have erased the station by mistake, you can still retrieve it by selecting "Undo" in the toast notification that appears immediately after deleting.
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