Jukely Concert Subscription, Arrives On Android

Jukely Concert Subscription, Arrives On Android
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Jukely is finally available for Android users. For some time now, subscribers of the said service has been requesting for it to have an Android app. The live concert subscription service, which continues to earn subscribers, has taken the step to launch an Android app to keep up with the growth, demand and to also expand its member list.


Venture Beat reported that Jukely CEO and founder, Bora Celik, has said that they have always been aware that a large number of their company’s user are using Android devices. With that said, Celik said that they are finally giving them a new tool that they can use to access Jukely.  Celik also said that they have wanted to optimize and streamline the user experience to a whole group new group of potential power users.

The concert subscription start up, according to Tech Crunch, can trace its beginnings from being launched out of the Techstars NYC 2013 accelerator program. Back then, Jukely acts like a matchmaker for music lovers; users who are into new and unique bands can just visit the site and find someone who has similar tastes to go to concerts with. Soon after that, the concert subscription service introduced its unlimited subscription option.

The option lets subscribers select an unlimited amount of concerts from local and indie bands within their city. The subscription costs $25 USD per month and has proved to be popular among its consumers. Nowadays, Jukely also offers “Members only” shows with some of the big artists in the industry. The company claims that it has partnered with more than 900 venues to bring great experiences to its consumers.

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Currently, Jukely is available in 15 different cities across the United States including New York, Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Last year in April it arrived in Toronto, a few months later it landed in London. Before its Android app was released, it was already popular and available on the web and iOS. Now with an Android app released, it will likely be growing its subscriber count, and usage of the said service might increase.

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