CD's, cassettes and vinyl are replaced by digital alternatives
Today, distributors offer music and stories on "digital content" in two ways: They either allow you to stream (see title 1) from their internet servers (against monthly subscription fees), or, they make the music available for a one-time purchase and download (see title 2).
Jooki is built for both, but how exactly?
1. Jooki can stream!
Like any wifi-speaker, Jooki connects to the internet. Currently, Jooki only supports the following music streaming services:
- Spotify Premium
- Spotify Free
Jooki currently does not support the following internet streaming services:
- Spotify Offline
- Apple music
- Youtube music
- Google music
2. Jooki can play files!
Like the mp3-player, Jooki can also store digital music files on a memory card! The memory card goes into the back of the Jooki.
Jooki supports SD Cards up to 32 GB.
Go online and look for the download options of albums and songs.
We can advise:
- Google Play Music Store
- iTunes (not Apple Play ! )
Here is a video to show you How the website dashboard "My Jooki Rocks" works