There is Hope for William Hung! (if he has an Android handset)

Tone deaf Android users can rejoice! The popular iPhone app, Ladida, is reportedly coming to Android for all of those people who are harmonically challenged.  If you have not heard of Ladida, it is an “intelligent music app”, that will take even the worst singing in the world, and transform it into something that is pleasing to the ear along with a background track.

If William had only had this app when he auditioned, he could have been the next American Idol.

There is no word on a release date, but the site linked above is saying Khush, the developer of Ladida has confirmed that they are developing for the Android platform.

Check out the video after the break to see the app in action.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiBVTzQdsUE[/youtube]

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3 Comments

  1. Alex Everingham
    October 29, 03:22 Reply

    If it’s free, i’ll pick it up.

    If they have an option to take out the background music, i might pay for it. Auto tune can be fun.

  2. Matt
    October 30, 11:53 Reply

    Alex-

    If you are looking for an auto-tune app, download MicDroid.
    It’s auto-tune, its free, win-win.

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