Style Jukebox syncs your music between Windows, Windows Phone and other devices

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Style Jukebox syncs your music between Windows, Windows Phone and other devices

If you have music on one of your devices, what do you do when you want to listen to it on another one? You may have a massive music collection on your desktop, but this isn’t much help when you’re out and about and want to listen to a particular album on your Windows Phone. Enter Style Jukebox which provides access to all of your music wherever you may be.

Sign up for a free account and you can start backing up your music collection to the cloud. Using the Windows desktop or Windows Phone app you can then browse through your collection whenever you want. A free account starts off with support for 250 songs, but you can easily increase this to 3,000 without having to part with any cash.

However, if you want to gain access to even more of your music, a Premium account has you covered. For $2.99 a month, or $24.99 a year, you can work with up to 20,000 tracks. As everything is stored in the cloud, there’s no need to worry about running out of space on your handset — as long as you have a connection, you can enjoy your favorite tunes.

If you branch out of the world of Windows, there are also app available for iOS and Android devices.

While the ability to access music from anywhere is the killer feature of Style Jukebox, it also serves as a great backup tool. You’ve spent years building up your music collection, and the apps helps to keep it safe.

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