The Mobile Infinite Jukebox Survey results

Over the last six months or so The Infinite Jukebox had a link to a survey about features peopled would like to see in a mobile version of The Infinite Jukebox.  Since then, over 10,000 people have taken the survey.   Here are the results.

The survey was linked to directly from the Infinite Jukebox. The questions asked were:



Since the text in link to the survey was “Interested in a mobile version of the Infinite Jukebox? Then take this one minute survey” it is no surprise that 99% of all respondents are interested in a mobile version of the app.




The split between Android and iOS aligns with other iOS vs Android metrics out there on the webs.


As for how much people would be willing to pay, 64% would be willing to pay something for the app.


This was a bit surprising – 70% of folks want to play music from their own collection, and only 11% are interested in playing music from a streaming service like Spotify or Rdio.


The final question was an open-ended question asking about what other features would you like to see in the Infinite Jukebox. Many of the responses were about what features would like to see in the current web version, while many were about what features should be in a mobile version. Some of the more common results are here:

Common new feature suggestions 

  • Background playing
  • Offline playling
  • No Ads
  • Simple tuning options
  • Playlist support
  • Choose song length
  • Time limits per song
  • Infinitise multiple songs
  • Color schemes
  • Volume controls
  • Social features (voting on best tunings)

So, you may be wondering where is the mobile version of the Infinite Jukebox?  It is coming along, all the hard coding bits are done, but it has been very much a spare time project.   I do hope to release it sometime in the near future. Here’s a short clip of the app in action:


Thanks to everyone who took the survey, its been quite informative.

  1. #1 by tcaruth on January 3, 2015 - 5:58 pm

    I’m hoping you’ve also got an android device behind the camera, but that looks awesome. Great work.

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