Featured: Top 10 Karaoke Apps For Android - 12/3/15

December is here and this can only mean one thing - Holiday season. With that in mind, this is typically the month where you will be hitting those Christmas parties and maybe even partaking in a sing song or two. Christmas party season can be a fun time and if you are someone who does like the odd spot of karaoke, then there are a number of karaoke apps for Android which can make your karaoke life far more in tune with your devices. Below are ten of those karaoke apps for Android currently worth checking out.

Karaoke Sing & Record

Starting off today's list is one of the fan favorite Karaoke apps available This is the karaoke app offered by Yokee. This is quite a polished karaoke app and one that as well as offering the option to sing along with your favorite tracks or YouTube videos, also offers you the option to record and share your offerings via social media.

The Voice: On Stage

Anyone interested in karaoke is probably a fan of the TV show, The Voice. After all, this is sort of the ultimate karaoke contest. Well, this is the official app to go along with the TV program and allows you to sing along to your favorite songs and even apply Auto-Tune, which might help to make you sound a little more like your favorite Voice acts.

Musixmatch - Lyrics & Music

Musixmatch is not a traditional karaoke app, however, it is probably one of the better options available. This is one of the best apps for lyrics and will let them be displayed over your favorite songs while playing, so that you can sing along as much as your heart desires.

Baby Karaoke

Karaoke is not only for the young at heart but also for the young in general and if you have any budding baby singers in your household, then this is a great app to go for. Lyrics are on offer allowing you to sing along with some of the most well known nursery rhymes.

Voice Changer

Again, this is not strictly speaking a karaoke app. However, if Auto-Tune has taught us anything, it is that altering your voice can be a good thing as well as a fun thing. In short, this is exactly what Voice Changer will do. It allows you to record your singing and alter the sound of your voice. Want to sing like a smurf? Now you can.

iSing Player (karaoke)

iSing Player is another dedicated karaoke app which is worth checking out. This one again comes with a number of songs ready for you to sing along with and even offers two different modes for you to choose from - 'beginner' for those who would like a stripped down guide melody to sing along with or 'professional' mode.

Karaoke Rush

The problem with Karaoke is that you cannot always just burst into song whenever you like. Sometimes the environment just does not allow for it, like when you are work. That said, if you do need a quick karaoke fix to tide you over until you reach home and grab the microphone, then Karaoke Rush is a game where you work in a karaoke bar.

Karaoke for Kids

This is another option for those looking for a karaoke app for the younger generation. Again his one makes use of some very well known child-friendly songs and comes with a much more traditional karaoke-like interface compared to the last option.

SingStar Mic

If you own a PS3 or PS4 and are a karaoke fan then you are probably well familiar with SingStar. Well, this is the app which can be used to play along with the game and will essentially turn your smartphone into a microphone for you to use. It also offers a secondary feature of being able to curate playlists for the game too.

Christmas Songs

Christmas is approaching and there will be a ton of parties to attend over the next few weeks and likely a number of Karaoke moments. However, if you would like to get your Christmas songs in order, the this is an app worth checking out. This one is filled with traditional Christmas songs and will certainly start to get you in the festive mood.

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