Glee karaoke app released for iPhone

The app — which costs £1.79 from the iTunes App Store — has been developed by Smule, the company behind a number of successful iPhone music games, including Ocarina and I Am T-Pain.
Glee, which charts the fortunes of a group of misfit teens in a high school choir, has proved a hit in both the UK and US, with songs from the show riding high in the charts on both sides of the Atlantic. The app comes with three tracks from the show, including Somebody to Love and Rehab, with users able to buy extra songs as in-app downloads.
The app features voice-correction technology to improve the tone and pitch of the singer’s voice, and can also add harmonies as backing vocals. Players can share their recordings on social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook and MySpace, and friends can add their own vocals to a shared song.
iPod touch and iPad users can also download the application from Apple’s App Store. It is not yet clear how much players will have to pay to purchase additional tracks.


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    Ammara said,

    that is erm….upsetting 😛

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