Style Jukebox - Cloud Player

Style Jukebox - Cloud Player


Style Jukebox is an easy to use, free app that lets you take your entire music collection and listen to it from the Cloud on your Android phone or on any other supported devices.

To upload music to Style Jukebox, install Style Jukebox on your computer or use the Web Player to import your music collection for free (Windows, Mac or Linux).

Your music is always synced between all your devices so you never leave home without your favorite songs.

Features:
• Upload and store up to 3,000 songs for free
• Hi-Fi quality by default
• Instant access to your music. Anywhere
• Stream and download your songs as many times as you feel like and use our service with no country restrictions
• Download songs on your phone for offline playback or to reduce data plan usage
• Create temporary track listing just by tapping on the song’s cover (Play queue)
• Control Style Jukebox right your notification shade
• Compatible with MP3, AAC, WMA, OGC. Premium also compatible with lossless formats FLAC and M4A (ALAC).
• Completely ad-free
• Available in English, Bulgarian, Dutch, German, Spanish and Romanian

***Over 100,000 users worldwide
***As seen on TechCrunch, The Next Web, PCMag, What Hi-Fi, and others

[What Hi-Fi]: “Style Jukebox let you take your music with you and puts no limit on how often you stream or download songs and offers true hi-fi sound quality"

Jeffrey Wilson [PC Mag]: "Style Jukebox is a simple, effective way to listen to your favorite songs from anywhere you can connect a mobile device to a wireless Internet connection. If you don't want to pay a monthly fee for Slacker of Spotify to listen to your personal collection while on the go, Style Jukebox is a solid choice."

Samuel Scott [AppStorm]: "I recently discovered Style Jukebox, and after using the app over the last few weeks I’ve realised how great it actually is. I even cancelled my Spotify subscription last week, a service I didn’t think I could live without." -

Daniel Chih [International Reviews]: "No more space on Android? Style Jukebox has the solution!"

Recent changes:
Version 1.0.6
• Tracks in an album are now sorted by #Track Number [You may need to Unlink device and log in for this to refresh]
• Fixed log in bug that caused the need to log in at every opening
• Other fixes and improvements
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4.1
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Installs
10,000+
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File size
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About Style Jukebox - Cloud Player
Style Jukebox is an easy to use, free app that lets you take your entire music collection and listen to it from the Cloud on your Android phone or on any other supported devices.

To upload music to Style Jukebox, install Style Jukebox on your computer or use the Web Player to import your music collection for free (Windows, Mac or Linux).

Your music is always synced between all your devices so you never leave home without your favorite songs.

Features:
• Upload and store up to 3,000 songs for free
• Hi-Fi quality by default
• Instant access to your music. Anywhere
• Stream and download your songs as many times as you feel like and use our service with no country restrictions
• Download songs on your phone for offline playback or to reduce data plan usage
• Create temporary track listing just by tapping on the song’s cover (Play queue)
• Control Style Jukebox right your notification shade
• Compatible with MP3, AAC, WMA, OGC. Premium also compatible with lossless formats FLAC and M4A (ALAC).
• Completely ad-free
• Available in English, Bulgarian, Dutch, German, Spanish and Romanian

***Over 100,000 users worldwide
***As seen on TechCrunch, The Next Web, PCMag, What Hi-Fi, and others

[What Hi-Fi]: “Style Jukebox let you take your music with you and puts no limit on how often you stream or download songs and offers true hi-fi sound quality"

Jeffrey Wilson [PC Mag]: "Style Jukebox is a simple, effective way to listen to your favorite songs from anywhere you can connect a mobile device to a wireless Internet connection. If you don't want to pay a monthly fee for Slacker of Spotify to listen to your personal collection while on the go, Style Jukebox is a solid choice."

Samuel Scott [AppStorm]: "I recently discovered Style Jukebox, and after using the app over the last few weeks I’ve realised how great it actually is. I even cancelled my Spotify subscription last week, a service I didn’t think I could live without." -

Daniel Chih [International Reviews]: "No more space on Android? Style Jukebox has the solution!"

Recent changes:
Version 1.0.6
• Tracks in an album are now sorted by #Track Number [You may need to Unlink device and log in for this to refresh]
• Fixed log in bug that caused the need to log in at every opening
• Other fixes and improvements

User reviews of Style Jukebox - Cloud Player
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Thursday 8:54 AM
First time using this app. So far okay but it is to earlier to tell!
A Google User
Jan 18, 2015
Can't login
A Google User
Jan 17, 2015
Like I'm like it!
A Google User
Jan 16, 2015
Log in issues Î downloaded the android app as well as the desktop app in order to upload a tune to test this service out. Initially it seemed to work, at least I signed up and could log in. After exiting the android app though, I had to enter my password again to log back in, itself a pain and likely reason for me not to continue using it. Worse still however, my password was not accepted and I wasn't able to log back in. I know I used the right password as I had saved the one I used when uploading via the desktop app using Chrome in Last Pass. I very much like the idea, but was disappointed with my first experience, and it's very often that first experience for many which determines whether or not to persist at all in future. At this juncture, I may well persist as I like the concept of being able to stream my music in high res quality on multiple devices, but I could imagine many would simply give up. The login issue needs solving though - I absolutely do not want to have to type in my password every time I open the app.
A Google User
Jan 9, 2015
Can't even log in Pointless when you can't use the app