Pandora announced plans Monday to roll out a new music service to its subscribers.

The company will add new features to its music service in a bid to broaden the appeal of its existing streaming service, Pandora Radio, which has been downloaded more than 500 million times in the past year.

It will add streaming-related music stations and more curated songs to its app, as well as add new song-based stations to Pandora’s existing music service.

Pandora also said it will add support for a number of third-party streaming services, including Spotify, Apple Music and Google Play Music.

In addition, Pandora will offer an exclusive premium tier to those who subscribe to Pandora Radio through its online service, which is expected to launch later this year.

The announcement came on the same day Pandora announced it had signed a deal with Google, a deal that will allow it to launch its own streaming service.

The move marks Pandora’s first foray into the streaming music market since launching its own music service, in 2016.

Pandora, which also owns the popular music streaming service Apple Music, was founded in 2009.

Its services are mostly used for the music streaming of movies, music and TV shows, as opposed to music downloads.

It launched a subscription service in 2017, but it was discontinued in October of that year.