Listen to your favorite Pokémon songs with Pokémon Jukebox for Android


If you have an Android phone and love Pokémon music, you might want to check out the Pokémon Jukebox app. It’s free to download and features songs from nearly every Pokémon handheld game.

I downloaded the app and very quickly saw the songs ranging for about 0.99 cents each. It doesn’t matter if they range from 30 seconds to over a minute, they all cost about the same. The menu is nice and easy to use, and you can even preview each song before buying, if you choose to go that route. If you really want more bang for your buck, you might want to look into the medleys section.


For about $1.99 you get about 8 songs that reach over 10 minutes. The song times can range from a few seconds into a few minutes, and you can preview these as well. I do applaud the Pokémon Company for making it easy to use and easy to find things, but there was one huge issue I had with the service, but I’ll get into that in a second, since we can check out the actual app once you do buy a song.


I really like the display for the music player, sort of like a Pokédex meets a music player. You have all the normal features like pause, play, fast-forward, and rewind, and you also have sound effects you can play with from a list of multiple options. The main screen let’s you know just what song you’re listening to and has a mini Pokémon battle happening. For the first day from when you downloaded it, you can try it out for free since it gives you a few songs for you to enjoy.

We looked at the cool part of the app, but now onto the bad. Buying any song means it’s stuck only to the Pokémon Jukebox app. You can’t listen to it via your music player or any other program after buying it. You also can’t share it between any other of your devices, since it’s tied directly to which device you spent your money on. It’s great for Pokémon fans who want the experience, but it’s definitely not going to be cheap if you plan on buying a lot of songs.

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