Tired of asking DJs to play your song? use Jammup to create your own jukebox at parties
There are many instances when you go to a party and don't like the songs being played. After requesting the DJ multiple times, there might be some chance he will listen to you and the song you requested gets played at the party. Well this won't repeat any more. Moojic - An App development company has come up with Jammup, a Social jukebox for parties which can be operated by anyone with a smartphone.
Jammup is currently available for android phones. Using Jammup people can create a jukebox for their house parties, college parties or any other gathering. The App features two modes, Jukebox mode and Remote mode. While in Jukebox mode the user can host the party and play songs from his cellphone, while others can connect to his device and request the song to be played.
Jukebox Mode - In jukebox mode your phone acts as the host to play music from your collection. You may need to connect your phone to speakers for everyone’s benefit. It allows people to create a jukebox for their house parties, college parties, office parties or for any of the fun times they have. A jukebox can be created and it can also be password protected to ensure only people at your party can request songs at your jukebox and then those songs can be played. Users can also lock the app with a passcode to provide limited access to the Jukebox which can then be shared with select people who can use the app remotely.
Remote Mode - When using your phone as a remote to control other jukebox. The user will have access to the playlist in the Jukebox which he is connected to. And then we can request the songs that we want to hear from that playlist. As soon as a user opens the app, he can see the list of parties around him, which are using Jammup, the user can check in to a party using the app, if the case if it is a private party the user would need the passcode to get the access to the app and request songs using Remote mode.
There is no option for the user to sign up with an email id and the app is unusable without social logins, which is difficult to understand as to why someone would need so much of personal information to attend a party. The UI of the app is really good and it doesn't take much time to get the hang of it. The app has between 100-500 installs in the app store and is rated. As Paul Graham says, build something which will solve a smaller problem for a large number of people or build something which will solve a bigger problem for a smaller number of people. This app seems to be somewhere in between. Will this app catch on? only time will tell.
Click here to download Jammup.