Jajuk 1.10.9      

Size:   21.19MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2016-02-23

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OS:  Windows All

Downloads:   8737

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10



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Software Product Description

Jajuk is software that organizes and plays music. It is a full-featured application geared towards advanced users with large or scattered music collections. Using multiple perspectives, the software is designed to be intuitive and provide different ways to perform the same task.


  • Digital DJ: Let Jajuk make your programmation based on your own rules
  • Ambience management: ask for a soft playlist in two clicks maximum!
  • Configurable cross-fade
  • Find duplicate tracks: inbuilt feature to find duplicate tracks across your audio collection
  • Alarm clock: start/stop Jajuk at a preset time and set reminder messages
  • Prepare party: allows to quickly copy playlist tracks to an external device
  • File management: cut/copy/past/rename; create/delete files/directory in the files perspective from within Jajuk
  • Recursive play/repeat/shuffle/push in directories/sub-directories or by genre/artist/albums...
  • Best Of smart function to play your favourite tracks
  • Novelties smart function to play your collection newest albums
  • Continue smart function to continue in current album after a shuffle selection
  • Push into player queue
  • Planned tracks: forsee your selection
  • Various startup modes: none, last one, last one keep position, specified, shuffle, novelties, bestof
  • Intro from a track position and specified length
  • Shuffle in entire collection
  • Repeat, shuffle, intro, fast forward/rewind, mute...

Requires Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6 or above. Get It Here.


"Jajuk 1.10.3"

Reviewer: -Ziba

Review Date: 2012-10-04

Pros: Looks good, works well, plenty of ways to play music, pretty intuitive to use, and it's free.

Cons: Haven't found any.

Other Thoughts: The program runs fine on my PC. I used to dislike Java programs for the reason mentioned by the previous reviewer - they ran slowly. This seems to be a thing of the past - although whether it's because Java has improved, programmers have become more proficient, or my PC is now handling it better, I don't know.


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