The Pokémon Company International, the company responsible for games of pocket monsters, just released an application for Android that lets you listen to the songs of games. Although the company belong to Nintendo, this isn’t the application that the Big N is planning to launch by 2017.
The Pokémon Jukebox, is available for free download in Google Play Store and offers three tracks to test. The other sounds can be purchased within the app by $0.90 each or medleys of packages for $ 1.77.
Initially, fans of the franchise will have access to the tracks of the games Red, Blue, FireRed, LeafGreen, HeartGold and SoulSilver. They will soon be also added new music from other titles such as Omega Ruby, Sapphire Alpha, X and Y.
However, the business model chosen for the application seems to have pleased one bit of the people who are addicted to the pocket monsters. The application received Negative criticism from users and application reviews was flooded with only one star on the Play Store.
Most of the reviews specifically cited the amount charged for each track, which many users considered exaggerated. Others also cited errors that prevented them from using the application.
However, the nostalgia brought by the app seems to have been enough for several other fans, who were happy just to get legally listen to the music of some of the games they liked.
Download the app for Android Jukebox Pokémon here .