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# 251383 22-Jun-2019 16:47
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Dont know if all the McDonalds have it, but our local one now has  "jukebox" system, whereby using a touchscreen, you can search for a music track (or video in this case) and it queues it up to play after the current playing song. If noone selects anything, I think it just plays a random track.

 

Its by AMS but a commercial product, so not a cheap option for a home user.

 

So is there anything out there consumer based for Windows or Android that does a similar thing ?

 

Would be great for parties where people would like to hear a particular song, with this they can just walk up and queue it up.

 

Seems to be plenty of jukebox software but none (that Ive found so far) that allows user based queues, just generic playlists.

 

 





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  # 2262637 22-Jun-2019 16:50
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I think you can do this with iTunes


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  # 2262682 22-Jun-2019 17:36
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Spotify
Google Music
iTunes
Etc

 
 
 
 


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  # 2262683 22-Jun-2019 17:38
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Maybe you mean something like this https://jukestar.mobi/

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  # 2262688 22-Jun-2019 17:53
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This will help your search...

 

 

 

https://windowsreport.com/pc-jukebox-software/

 

Its the "top 5 for 2019" and all usual suspects are in the list.... ive often researched this over the past 20 years....


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  # 2262690 22-Jun-2019 18:32
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https://festify.rocks/ is also another great option for Spotify!





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  # 2262710 22-Jun-2019 21:15
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I could use Spotify but wanted somehting a bit more friendly as it were ;)  But will add it to list. Ta :)

 

 





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  # 2262711 22-Jun-2019 21:16
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nzkc: Maybe you mean something like this https://jukestar.mobi/

 

 

 

Cheers :) 

 

 





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  # 2262713 22-Jun-2019 21:17
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taneb1:

 

https://festify.rocks/ is also another great option for Spotify!

 

 

 

 

Thanks! :)

 

 





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I use MediaMonkey as my go-to music player, and occasionally as a jukebox.

 

It has a cover-flow that works reasonably well.

 

In Jukebox mode (Auto-DJ), you can have it play certain genres, favourites ( via a star-rating syetm), and I think a random selection of most frequently played.

 

Visualisations, skinning, etc supported.

 

 





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