We always like to start our software reviews with a brief description of what a given program is or does, but in the case of Ejukebox, we're not entirely sure. It's true that it's a media player, and that it seems to integrate the user's music library with music videos from YouTube. But the program's design is so confusing that it's hard to really get a coherent idea of what's going on.
Ejukebox's interface has a certain sleekness to it, leading the user to think at first glance that it may be well made. But the program quickly yields a confusing assortment of buttons and sliders, and navigation is anything but intuitive. The first time we ran the program it asked us if we wanted to scan our computer for audio files; we agreed, but it took us a while to figure out what became of them after that. As far as we can tell, the program then creates a playlist that contains your songs as well as YouTube videos? We think? There's a menu that lists musical artists alphabetically, although we have no idea where these musicians came from; they weren't in our library. Users can click on each musician to view YouTube videos, and can also do a search for musical acts that aren't listed. Aggravating the program's confusing design was the fact that it has no Help file; there's a link to an online forum, but no actual instructions. Overall, we found Ejukebox way too confusing to be of much use.
Ejukebox has a 15-day trial period. The program installs a desktop icon without asking but uninstalls cleanly. We do not recommend this program.