Smule and I am T-Pain [$2.99 - iTunes link] are bringing Auto-Tune to the iPhone. Or, more sarcastically, want an easy way to simulate what karaoke sounds like over a really bad phone connection? There's an app for that!
We kid. (Not really, we're just old). Okay, everyone who cringes at the mere thought of this app, be it caused by flashbacks of Cher, Konye, or the titular T-Pain himself, stop reading now. Everyone else? Mashable has the details:
Seriously, how cool is that? Do you have any idea how many hours I could waste getting my mom to sing Auto-Tuned hip-hop? The best part is, after you record your songs (using built-in tunes or your own freestyle tracks), you can share them on Facebook or MySpace. Additional tracks will be available for purchase through the app in the future.
Yo, check it. This is for realz. Smash bomb. You'll sound dope. Cash money bank! Get it or regret it, you know what they saying?
(Congrats on the new gig, Christina!)
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