Jajuk jukebox and web radio


More than just managing music: Jajuk also receives web radio and plays audio files – where, as with many players, you can define favorites and create playlists. The digital DJ function, which composes a variable playlist from selectable rules, is a definite winner and distinguishes the program from other music managers.

Jajuk works stably and is amazingly fast for a Java application. You can configure the user interface, which takes some getting used to, in great detail. Once you have familiarized yourself with the software, it can replace several tools from the audio family.

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