Pokémon Jukebox to be discontinued

To be phased out over the next two months
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  • Monday, May 2, 2016

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The Pokémon Jukebox app, a Pokémon music app for Android, will be discontinued over the next two months.

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From May 31, 2016 onward, the app will no longer be available for download via Google Play (including re-downloading the app), and new music will no longer be available for purchase.

From June 30, 2016 onward, all services for the app will conclude. Music can no longer be downloaded to the app. However, it will still be possible to listen to any music that has already been both purchased and downloaded.

Pokémon Jukebox is a free Android app that allows users to listen to songs from Pokémon game soundtracks. Every day, a full preview of three new songs can be listened to for free. These songs are available for three days, and therefore, a total of nine free songs can be listened to on any day. A free medley may also be listened to, which is available for one week. Songs purchased through the app can be listened to at any time.

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