Come on, admit it, we all want to be able to serenade our other halves with a voice as sweet as Britney’s, however, for those of us who have been unfortunate enough to be blessed with vocals more likely to break glass rather than melt hearts, this has always been a distant dream. Not for much longer.
Singtones, a free service from voice synchronisation company ReVoice, makes you sound more Atomic Kitten than screeching cat by letting you record your voice to popular hits and then altering it so that it is in tune and in time.
For the perfectionists amongst us there is also the option of rehearsing and recording the Singtone as many times as we like before sending it to a MP3 mobile phone.
Singtones are compatible with O2, Orange, Vodafone and T-mobile and users only pay for the Singtone once it is sent.
Many of the Singtones are
currently available for free during an introductory period so you can serenade
your loved one as much as you like- or until he agrees to buy you that new bag
you have been lusting after for Christmas.
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