Pokemon Jukebox now on Google Play, probably isn’t the Nintendo title you were hoping for


Pokemon Jukebox Android

It’s not exactly what he had in mind when he heard Nintendo would soon release apps/games for our mobile devices. Today, The Pokemon Company has released a new application for western audiences from their new developer account and before you get too excited, no it’s not the Pokemon Style theme maker we saw earlier this year for Japan. Instead, Pokemon Jukebox is now available on Google Play.

As the title suggests, the Pokemon Jukebox is little more than a music player that will allow you to play various Pokemon tunes… and that’s about it. Users can compile their favorite Pokemon tracks into playlists for easy listening on the go, adding sound effects on demand for added nostalgia.

Pokemon Jukebox Android

While Pokemon Jukebox is free to download in the in the Play Store, most tracks will run you 99 cents with medleys running about $2. There is a free limited time preview for most tracks taking place over the next 24 hours, so it’s got that going for it. We can’t help but shake the feeling that is simply the one of the most blatant money grabs we’ve ever seen on Android in quite sometime. Download link provided below if you want to check it out for yourself.

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. ? The first pokemon app for android was pokemon tv which allows you to watch a select number of episodes from the different series and the rotate that selection ever once in a while for a different set of episodes.

    1. Was referring to this specific developer account. Will update the post to clarify. Thanks!

  2. Apparently, this site has links to most Pokemon soundtracks, which you can listen to, for free:

    ‘Nuff said.

    1. Yeah, I was gonna say that most of the good ones were the first few seasons, and those are readily available on the internets for free… (whether legal or not, can’t say)

  3. The look of it reminds me of the old school Winamp skins, and not in a good way.

  4. I honestly haven’t paid significant attention to Pokémon since I stopped collecting those pogs/disc things with a different Pokémon on each one. That was 2002, I think.

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