Meet Dubbler! This newly launched iOS app lets you record your voice, make some tweaks and post it to to hear on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr, besides making it available for the Dubbler community. The way this works is once the user has recorded his voice clip (up to 60 seconds), he can tweak it and change his Dub using the available voice filters and post it quickly to the above mentioned social sites.
If not that, one can even send direct messages to their friends to keep their conversations private – if publicly sending out voice messages isn't their thing.
Up for grabs on the iTunes store
Using the Dubbler app, users can sing songs, make music, tell stories, comment on pop culture and current events, discover new bands, and share news, jokes, or a vocal doodle with their friends. In addition to that, the Dubbler app lets users add audio captions to their photos in their Instagram and Flickr accounts. The app also allows you to create a character using one of the voice filter tools. It is even possible to transform your voice completely, if you choose to.
The Dubbler iOS app is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad. To be able to use this app, users will need devices running iOS 5.0 or later. It is optimised for iPhone 5. Visit the iTunes store here, to get the app.
The Dubbler Android app, which is up for grabs on the Google Play store for free was updated only recently. Among other things, it lets you share your voice clips with Google+. Android users will need devices running version 2.3.3 and up.
The updated changelog on Android reads:
- Share Dubs through Tumblr
- Plus, share with Google+, when you sign-in with your Google account.
- More #Hashtags on Explore page
- Optimised #Hashtag search functionality and search history
- Sort by popularity when doing a #Hashtag search
- Optimisation of user experience here and there…
- Optimisation for Android Tablets
- Bug fixes and increased stability
Publish date: May 23, 2013 7:47 pm| Modified date: December 19, 2013 11:41 am