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In its first few years after launching, the interactive Jooki speaker enabled hangouts, dance parties and story times for tens of thousands of families.
Based on user feedback, we kept everything you liked about the original and revised both the form factor and overall experience when creating the Jooki 2.
In the meantime, many Jooki 1 owners continue to use and enjoy their adorable, kid-friendly, token-based speakers.
Although we ran out of first gen Jooki speakers and figurines, we still support them through software updates. So you can keep having fun with them for years to come! (Admiration is optional.)
Open your device’s Spotify app and select a playlist. Look for Jooki in Spotify’s playlists for inspiration!
At the bottom of the Spotify app screen, open “Listening on” and select Jooki-XXXX.
Open the Jooki app. On the app screen, select the icon of the token or figurine that you want to link to the Spotify playlist.
Because we included everything that was great in the original Jooki speaker and packed significant improvements to make the Jooki 2 even cooler.
Absolutely! We strive to honor and assist our early adopters however we can. Write to email@example.com if you ever have a question. And know that you can always incorporate the latest features and enhancements onto Jooki 1 by simply updating your classic interactive speaker’s firmware.
Aside from noticeably updating the speaker’s overall form factor, making it thinner–and therefore easier for little hands to hold–here are some of the top improvements we made:
· Added a button and knobs to make it easier to control
· Got rid of the SD card in favor of 5GB of internal memory
· Increased battery life to 8 hours
· Added wireless headset compatibility
You don’t need to. You can keep right on groovin’ to your favorite tunes and stories–and keep more electronics out of landfills–by keeping and actively using your Jooki 1.
Yes! Just keep in mind that Jooki doesn’t have the ability to block the ads your kids may hear when streaming the free version.
Not necessarily. You can be offline and still rock out if you load MP3s from your music library onto the speaker (via SD card for Gen 1 or internal memory for Gen 2). But you will definitely need a connection to stream Spotify playlists.
Sure! If you don’t find it already answered here, feel free to contact us with any questions, concerns or ideas about how we can make the Jooki experience better for you.