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Pokémon Jukebox is a new Android app available for free download that allows users to listen to Pokémon music. The app is available internationally, being an international release of the Pokémon Music Pokédex.
While the app is free-to-download, the songs must be purchased. Each day, there are three songs users can listen to for free (called "encounters"). Otherwise, users must purchase songs from the in-app store. The songs cost US$0.99, €0.99, or £0.79 each. The user can also purchase medleys based on themes such as "Battles" or "Routes", which play several songs together in one long collection; these cost US$1.99, €1.99, or £1.49 each.
In the first month, 200 songs from Pokémon Red, Blue, FireRed, LeafGreen, HeartGold, and SoulSilver are available. Later, songs from Pokémon X and Y and Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will also be available.
There is a keyword song search feature, as well as the ability to search for songs with specific concept tags like "Battle", "Opening", and "Route". Custom tags can also be applied to songs.
There are also several preset sound effects that can be played along with the music using a built-in sound effects button. Songs can be smoothly looped indefinitely (like in-game), or looped a fixed number of times. The player can toggle whether songs fade out when they end or immediately jump to the next song without a break.
The app also allows the creation of playlists, which feature shuffle and repeat functionality.
| “ BELLEVUE, Wash.—June 23, 2015—The Pokémon Company International today announced the launch of Pokémon Jukebox, an Android app that lets users listen to music from their favorite Pokémon video games. The app can now be downloaded at no charge on Google Play at the following link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=jp.pokemon.music&hl=en
In Pokémon Jukebox, fans encounter three new Pokémon songs each day which they can listen to at no charge. Songs are also available for users to buy through in-app purchase. The app contains numerous features, including playlist creation, looping, keyword song search, custom tagging, medleys, and more. Everyone from the most committed Pokémon enthusiast to the newest Pokémon Trainer will be coming back for more.
In the first month, Pokémon fans can enjoy over 200 Pokémon songs from the adventures in Pokémon Red, Blue, FireRed, LeafGreen, HeartGold, and SoulSilver. Additional songs are planned to be released from the Pokémon series titles, including Pokémon X and Pokémon Y and Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire!
Pokémon Jukebox features include:
- Daily Songs: Access three unlocked songs from various Pokémon series titles each day for no charge.
- In-App Song Purchases: Purchase specific songs to make them playable at any time.
- Keyword Song Search: Search for songs with keywords and concept tags like “Battle,” “Opening,” “Route,” and others.
- Playable Sound Effects: Play preset sound effects along with the music using a built-in sound effects button.
- Loop Functionality: Enable an endless loop for songs, just like during normal gameplay, or set the number of loops for each song.
- Custom Tagging: Create original tags, such as “Intense Songs,” and connect them to any song.
- Mix Feature: Set whether songs fade out when they end or immediately jump to the next song without a break.
- Medleys: Purchasable medleys play several songs together in one long collection based on themes such as “Battles” or “Routes.”
- Playlist Creation: Create a playlist of songs to listen to, including shuffle and repeat functionality.
Pokémon Jukebox is not available for Apple devices, but Apple users can continue to purchase Pokémon songs from the iTunes store. ”
| -- The Pokémon Company International