Yahoo! Music Engine, now known as Yahoo! Music Jukebox, is free software that provides users with a music player, ripper, burner, and online music streaming program; more specifically, the software allows users to access the Yahoo! music radio.
Through the software, users can transfer music files from a portable music player to the computer, and vice-versa. You can create your own playlists, stream music to friends over at Yahoo! Messenger, and share playlists with friends, also through Yahoo! Messenger.
Although the software does not allow ripping of .wma music, it does allow ripping for .wav, .wmv and .mp3 music. Also to be noted is that even while the software allows ripping and burning of .mp3 music, it cannot actually play songs in this format.
The software runs on Microsoft Windows XP and Vista, and actually requires any of these two OS versions to be installed on the computer before it can be installed properly, and function correctly.
Yahoo! Music Jukebox replaced Yahoo! Music Engine when the company bought Musicmatch Jukebox. Users consider Yahoo! Music Jukebox as a downgraded version of the original. As of 2008, Yahoo! no longer offers Yahoo! Music Jukebox.
Our users primarily use Yahoo! Music Engine to open these file types:
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