Sing! Karaoke released last month on Android and iOS devices giving those karaoke fans the option to belt out their favourite tunes wherever they reside, which can be the ideal way to practice alone or perform in front of others. Whether you have a good voice or not this application will allow users to sing their favourite songs in time with the music.
This seems like a simple idea, but we can imagine this is also very addictive, and this could prompt many of those shy talents to emerge in a number of different locations. With that in mind, this can also spawn more so-called X-Factor wannabes giving us their favourite rendition in public locations, which could be problematic for those who have a more positive outlook on their own talents than others.
Either way this is the ideal opportunity to get that much needed practice as Sing! Karaoke by Smule is available for Android users now on the Google Play Store. The free app includes a whole host of varied songs from an extensive catalogue of big hits, and a recent update allows friends to perform duets.
Apparently, Sing! Karaoke works better on newer devices and the more recent Galaxy and Nexus models are highlighted in the description, along with music from a number of different genres including Country, Hip-Hop, Pop, Rock, Classics and musicals, with new titles being added continuously.
Those with iOS devices can also obtain this free application through the iTunes App Store branching out to get everyone involved in the global karaoke party. Users can share their performance with the world or just friends as this has now been redesigned for a new iOS 7 experience. Sing with friends around the world as this app gives owners the opportunity to use the social aspect of Sing with plenty of songs available including new releases.
Those wanting a full unlimited subscription can access to the full song catalogue for $2.99 a week, with options to pay monthly of yearly, while this also allows fans to keep track of their favourite karaoke stars and comment on their performances.
Even those not overly confident in their own singing voice can use the voice enhancement technology to filter and add more to their performance, or use these when it comes to group singing and duets.
This allows the option to add special effects to your voice if you are looking for a more indie or pop star sound. This could the ideal application to prise talent out of those shy karaoke singers that normally need a drink to perform in public, so will you be joining the social singing craze anytime soon?