Karaoke can be a great time no matter if you’ve got the voice of an angel or shouldn’t be singing at all, as long as you’re with a group of friends that likes to have fun. With New Year’s Eve coming up in the near future there are going to be plenty of people going to New Year’s parties and some who will be heading out on the town to ring in the new year, and chances are that Karaoke might be in the mix at some point. If you enjoy Karaoke and were hoping to have an app that can provide you with a great experience, here are ten apps that you can check out on Android that just might be what you’re looking for.
Christmas Carol Karaoke
Christmas may be over but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop if you really love Christmas Carols, and what better way to sing them to your heart’s content than with this karaoke app dedicated to the most festive songs of the year. The app is free, doesn’t require an internet connection, and it has no ads. There is also a pretty decently sized list of songs with more to be added.
This isn’t exactly a Karaoke app, but it does allow you to sing and make your own music videos so it’s somewhat similar. You can choose from a wide number of songs to sing along to and make lip sync video clips, which you can share to other social media feeds as well as post on your Music.ly profile for your followers to view and interact with.
Karaoke Sing – Record
With this app here, it boasts having the latest karaoke songs available to sing, along with having a fairly large list of available options. The app can score your singing voice if you’re curious to know how you did, and if you like your recorded songs you can save them to your device and use them as ringtones.
Karaoke Cloud is one of the better looking apps available as it employs a material design style UI, which is great. It has a large list of songs and videos to sing along to across various genres including Rock, Blues, and R&B, and they add new songs weekly so the list is consistently updating. This particular app is a 7-day free trial and you’ll need to pay a $9.99 monthly fee to unlock the full experience. It also has Chromecast support so you can simply stream the songs to the TV to sing along.
Red Karaoke Sing & Record
If you like the idea of Chromecast support but are not keen on paying a monthly fee, this app is worth consideration. With this app you have access to over 90,000 songs and if you want to sing along on your TV, you can download the companion app to this one which has the Chromecast support. The app lets you add sound effects too, and if you like singing with other people you can select a duet and have someone join in.
Sing Karaoke is yet another option here in the list and while it might offer a very similar set of features to some of the other choices, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. It has a nice material design style user interface and you’ll be able to select from a large list of songs, with the ability to record your singing so you can save it and play back afterwards.
Karaoke Sing & Record
While functionality is usually more important than looks when it comes to apps, it does help when the app looks great, and this is probably the best or one of the best looking Karaoke apps on this list. It utilizes full material design style and clearly marks songs in different categories to make them easy to find. Once you’ve found what you want you can tap the blue “sing” button and start the song, and you can record the experience to save and play back later. There is even integrated sharing so you can share your Karaoke session with others. On top of all this, the app has options for audio enhancing your voice, if you prefer it.
This is another app that is not necessarily dedicated to Karaoke, but if you’re going to sing Karaoke it would be beneficial to know the lyrics to the songs you want to sing as much as possible, and that’s where this app comes in handy as it has a big library of songs with lyrics to help you get acquainted. It’ll even display the lyrics for songs you’re currently listening to in streaming music apps like Spotify and Google Play Music.
The Voice: On Stage – Sing!
The Voice likely needs little introduction as it’s a popular TV show, and with this app you can sing along to some of your favorite songs as if you were on stage like you were actually on the show. You can of course record you songs, and once done you can share them with others through a number of social media apps. There is also a built-in social community within the app where you can follow others and watch their music videos too.
Sing! Karaoke by Smule
Rounding out this list is Sing! Karaoke by Smule, which features things like self recording audio, audio effect enhancements, and duet options if you prefer to sing with friends or family. There is even a feature to sing duet collaborations with featured artists, for the aspiring singers out there.