Being old enough to recall the days of taping songs off the radio—and how the DJ always managed to ruin it by talking over some part of the song—an app like Pandora Downloader is a godsend. Just updated and available now via developer Harrison Apps repo (see below for information on how to add their repo to your Cydia sources), it makes it simple to save your Pandora streams for offline listening—extremely useful if, like me, you often pass through areas without cell service. To use it, you simply tap the Save Song button the app adds to Pandora’s built-in options menu. The app then opens, and runs in the background to save the currently playing song.
It works quite well, and, amazingly, is absolutely free. Here are the instructions from the Harrison Apps site on adding their repo to your Cydia sources (experienced users, simply add harrisonapps.com/repo); while you’re there be sure to check out their other apps—MyTube is a similar service for saving YouTube videos, while MultiTunes aids in syncing multiple iTunes libraries.
Step 1: Launch the Cydia app and select the “Manage” tab at the bottom of the screen.
Step 2: Select “Sources” from the menu and press the edit button in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
Step 3: Press the “Edit” button in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
Step 4: Press the “Add” button in the upper left hand corner of the screen. A dialog will appear.
Step 5: In the dialog that appears, type harrisonapps.com/repo
Step 6: Press the “Add Source” button to add our repo to your list of sources. Cydia will refresh your sources for you.
Step 7: Once Cydia has finished refreshing your sources, press the “Return to Cydia” button at the bottom of the screen to return to Cydia.
Step 8: If you are still in edit mode, press the done button in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
Step 9: Scroll down the list of sources until you find the Harrison Apps Repo. Tap it to view our Cydia apps.
Step 10: You may now install any of our Cydia apps by selecting the app and pressing the “Install” button in the upper right hand corner of the screen. Enjoy!
Note: The app is due to be published on the insanelyi repo; Harrison Apps is only making it available on their private repo until it is pushed to insanelyi. If you don’t find it at the above address, it will be on the other repo.