Songify on Android

Song and music have been a part of the human ethos forever. Moms and Dads make up songs for their kids, music is all around us. Songify a hugely popular iOS application takes your song making powers a step further by setting your spoken words to music and making a song out of them. This app that has created over 120million songs, and been downloaded 9million times is now available on the Google Android smart phone platform being launched on Google Play.

Smule, the people behind other fantastically popular apps such as Magic Piano and Glee Karaoke, have bought Khush the people behind Songify who have used sophisticated artificial intelligence technology to turn speech into music. They have worked in collaboration with the Gregory Brothers, who are the brains behind songs such as Bed Intruder, Can’t Hug Every Cat, and Double Rainbow which are huge hits on YouTube. Sonify has been lauded by the media with favorable reviews in publications such as The New York Times, The Guardian and The Washington Post. There has been much speculation about its arrival on the Android platform for quite some time.

Songify’s  Google version is free for phone running Android 2.2 or later versions. They way it works is that you speak into your phone, and its unique songification technology turns your words into song. This can then be easily shared with your friends via SMS, posted on Google+ or used as your ring tone.

Smule is also looking to bring its other popular apps to Google and the Android platform.  You will soon be able to enjoy their Magic Piano even if you are not on the iOS, as they plan to release this for users of Google Play as early as next month. With more smart phone users across the globe many on technologies other than the iOS from Apple, there is a lot of interest in moving apps that have been successful in one space over to other platforms so that they can be enjoyed by everyone.

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