I've been using Fluid to stream my Google Play library and today I thought I'd try using it for Pandora. I have both PandoraMan and PandoraBoy which in their day were Flash based browsers specifically for Pandora. This was way back before Fluid and during the time when the only way to listen to Pandora was to go to the website and listen in a browser window. So, I was interested to see how the hit on CPU resources would go. Turns out very well. With TenFourFox open and the Fluid app I made for Pandora, the system load is pulling about 30-40% CPU. Compared to the two dedicated apps I have that's a big improvement. They regularly peg my CPU around 80-100%. Given that Fluid lets you make apps for any site I imagine you could also do this for Spotify or any other music oriented site. Keeps PowerPC relevant. Just a little sad that it seems the time I've had with my two Pandora apps is about to end. Great little apps.