From Thomas Jacob:
Juke That is a party Jukebox, your guests will notice that, when they wish a song, or when you make your own Karaoke songs and sing to them. Juke That is no player like WinAmp or the Media Player. It is a Jukebox. Your guests are encouraged to wish songs by themselves, unable to damage anything. And when nobody places any wish, the Automatic DJ jumps in. He takes care that the music matches the last wishes played. And he favors popular songs, songs with many wishes in the past. But that's not nearly all. Take the downloadable stickers and you can make your own guest and DJ keyboards. Install a mini PC with these keyboards, and watch your party guests queue in front. Using playlists, the library, the settings of the Automatic DJ, and the rating of songs and genres, you keep control. You can remove wishes or rearrange them, and if you like, your guests may, too. As you like. The Karaoke function is very special in Juke That. Most music games allow you to sing the songs the creators have put in only. That's different in Juke That. Create your own Karaoke. Take a song, add the lyrics, tap to the beat, and you can instantly sing Karaoke in the Jukebox the way you know it.
What's new in this version:
In version 1.4.2, you can add music from the network hood.