How to give children access to music without handing over a phone or a tablet? Jooki offers the right solution: a no-screen music speaker that children can use in full autonomy.
Tuesday, August 14, 2018 — With Jooki, children can now listen on their own to Spotify and Deezer playlists, curated by their parents, and more! This award-winning music speaker has launched less than a year ago and is now available in Europe and North America. Widely acclaimed by happy families, Jooki develops children’s independence and imagination, away from screens.
Cute figurines to listen to all the music kids want
With five cute little figurines to trigger playlists, kids are fully autonomous to play the music they want. They just have to pop a figurine on top of Jooki, and music plays!
Think of the figurines as 3D characters CDs, but each list of songs is curated by the parents. With the Jooki app, parents can either stream playlists from Spotify and Deezer and link them to any figurine, or upload content (MP3 files or from iTunes) directly onto Jooki (with a micro-SD card up to 32Go, more than 1000 songs can be stored). This way, Jooki can also be listened to when there is no wifi around: in the park, at the beach or in the car.
Moreover, Jooki is beautifully designed with quality and user experience first in mind. It’s a real music speaker with high-quality sound, but that has been built for children and is fully childproof.
A great alternative to screen time
Everyone is now aware that it is best to limit screen time for young children, but we also know how difficult it is to find a real alternative that kids will love just as much. Jooki offers a solution to replace screens each time children want to listen to music or to a story. Using the figurines, children will choose what they want to listen to without being stuck behind a screen. Kids are free again to dance, play, do all sorts of activities while listening to their favorite music.
Listen to audio stories instead of watching a cartoon
Jooki even allows parents to promote specific without-screen moments, like listening to an audio story instead of watching a cartoon. Spotify and Deezer – now available on Jooki – both offer great content for kids, dedicated playlists for the youngest and even an impressive catalogue of audio stories in many different languages (German is very well represented). It is also always possible to upload audio stories from CDs or iTunes directly onto Jooki.
MuuseLabs will be at Showstoppers #IFA18 to show you the easiest and funniest way to play and share music, because it works with adults too!
Jooki retails at 199€ from the webshop www.jooki.rocks and on Amazon.fr, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de, Amazon.com, Bol.com, Brack.ch