Sing! Karaoke by Smule Review: Have Fun With Your Favorite Songs

Posted by on June 19, 2018

A lot of people enjoy singing regardless of their skill level, as it is an extremely pleasurable activity that allows us to express our emotions in a creative way. Karaoke provides us with an opportunity to sing the songs of our favorite artists and pretend that we are on stage in front of a huge audience.

If you’re someone who regularly sings in the shower and you finally want others to hear your voice, installing the karaoke app is a way to go. Let’s take a look at Smule Sing! Karaoke application and find out whether it is worth installing on your device.

Publisher: Smule
Last update: 1 year ago
Size: 3.47M
Compatibility: Android 4.1 and up, iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Price: free
Get it on: Google Play, iTunes

What Sing! Is

Sing! is essentially a karaoke app. Smule has undertaken and brought out a new outlook on the concept! The app enables its users to sing in a solo, duet, or group performance. If they wish, users can opt to record a video of their singing. These performances are publically accessible unless the user specifically flags them as private.

Sing! also gives users the chance to sing alongside their favourite musicians with prerecorded videos of them singing their most popular tracks. Users can sing with artists like Shawn Mendes, Justin Bieber, Ellie Goulding, and even Ed Sheeran! It allows users to fiddle with the recorded sound of their voices by filtering it, auto-tuning it, or even changing pitch.

The app also packs in karaoke tracks for Disney classics and musicals, music trending today, and older classics remade. The score is 9/10.


On Sing! By Smule, you will find all the popular songs and karaoke listed according to their respective genres, thus, making it easy to find. There are controllers and enhancers on the screen as you sing so that you can moderate the audio. When you choose to sing with your favorite star, you get a divided screen, shared with the artists themselves. The score of the interface is 9 out of 10.

Performance and Usability

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Like many high-quality apps these days, Sing! Karaoke is quite intuitive, so you won’t have any problems using it from the second you install it. The information is organized according to different sections, such Sing, Listen, Feed, and more.

Once you have finished your recording, you can review it and save as it is or add some effects. The quality of the sound is quite high, and the application works without any major bugs whether you use an Android or iOS device. The score is 9/10.

Cross-platform Use

Sing! By Smule app is compatible with Android devices with version 4.3 and above. Upgrade your phone in case the app does not work. The score is 7/10.


It’s difficult to find people who don’t like singing, at least occasionally. If you like karaoke, installing this application is certainly a good idea. The app provides you with a wide selection of songs from pop and rock to Disney, so you’re more than like to find songs that you will like.

At the same time, if you want to enjoy unrestricted access, the free karaoke app is not enough, and you will have to purchase a subscription. Overall, it’s definitely a great app for music fans, so if you’re interested in this karaoke app from Smule, download it and try it out for yourself!



9.0 /10


9.0 /10

Performance and Usability

9.0 /10

Cross-platform Use

7.0 /10


  • Recording your own song;
  • Singing with the stars;
  • Adding as many textures and styles to the audio.


  • Sudden ads in the middle of recordings;
  • Not really compatible with all Android devices.

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