Hello, Alyssa. As a dad with kids, we have a number of devices. It is becoming a difficult to know who did what.... I can listen to Pandora through the cable box (2), the smart TV (3) , our phones (4) computers (4) laptops (2) iPads, iPhones, Kindle, apple watches... you get the point. oh, and playstation or xbox... I might have 30 different ways to connect to streaming audio or video. For a given TV, I can stream Pandora through the cable box, the TV itself, or the gaming console. When I want to manage my devices on the Amazon web site, it lists them, and I can remove that old Kindle that got replaced, and see what has been signed in and authorized. If Pandora is going to limit offline streaming to a "number" of devices. At a minimum, you should let us know that number in the Warning message. It would also help to let us manage the devices. So, last night, I authorized streaming on my phone. I'm going on a trip. (not taking all the other stuff) I selected to remove the "least used" device from offline authorization. But I have no idea what that was. And I hope it was not my wife's phone. That would be fun plane ride. ... sitting next to her... me listening to music... while she wonders why her phone has no offline music.... More information would be nice. Look at the way Amazon does it. "Manage devices" would be nice. Thank you.
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