The Smule 'Songify' App Makes Android Users Sound like T-Pain

By: Sarah Moore - Published: May 16, 2012 • References: & techcrunch
The Smule 'Songify' App has recently been released for the Android platform and can take even the most personable voice and turn it into a gritty, cyborg-sounding song.

This application works by turning the user's normal speech into an auto-tuned smash hit complete with prerecorded background beats that can turn anyone into an YouTube sensation.

Previously only available for iOS users, the company has expanded its user base to incorporate more smartphone platforms. The app was used to create viral Internet videos like the 'Bed Intruder Song,' 'Double Rainbow' and the 'AutoTune The News,' series.

Anyone looking to get a good laugh, or aiming to seriously pursue a career in robot rap will, find Smule's app to be money well spent. Stats for Robotic Smartphone Songs Trending: Older & Chilly
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