Jogli – A Music Search Engine On Steroids


Jogli calls itself “the search engine for music” and I think that’s a bit of an understatement.  Jogli gives you access to over a half a billion songs and 12 million albums which you can play for free and create playlists to listen to later.  So yeah, it searches, but it also allows you to build a huge music library that you can access anytime you’re online.

When you initially search for an artist, like Radiohead, you’ll see all of the available albums which you can simply click on to start playing from start to finish, or you can select certain songs to create a playlist that you can customize.  You can add albums to your music library so you don’t need to search for them later.  From what I could tell, Jogli grabs the music from YouTube, so not all of your results are going to be perfect.  What’s great though, is that if you get a version of a song that’s not what you wanted, you can choose to “get alternatives for this song” and then select a better version.  On the homepage, you’ll see other users that you can click through to see some of their playlists, but as of now, there doesn’t seem to be a way to add people as friends so you can easily see what they’re listening to.  I’m assuming that feature is on the way.  Here’s my screencast tour of Jogli:

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6 Responses to “Jogli – A Music Search Engine On Steroids”

  1. 1 Idan

    wow! a really cool site! thanks for the demo

  2. Hi Demogirl

    My name is David Schwrtz, the CEO and Founder of Jogli, I wanted to thanks you personally for the great demo!


  3. Sure Jogli will win our hearts. gr8 demo.

  4. Hi Thanks for the posting. Jogli is wondeful, most of the times I serach the site for various collections 🙂

  5. Looks like a great search engine — especially useful for trying out an album you’re thinking of purchasing, if you ask me. Great find!

  6. Jogli is cool but I like better.

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