Jun 24, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
Mac Planet: Smule is full of geniuses
Jeff Smith, right, talking to media at Smule's San Francisco office. Chief scientist Parag Chordia is standing at left in the blue jacket.
Hotze's hit parade: GOP activist downbeats Obamacare
Justin Timberlake has nothing to worry about, but a renowned Republican activist who's a major player in Houston politics has set his message to music.
Cult of Mac Blog
Smule's Amazing, Magical New 'Strum' App: The New Instagram? [Daily Freebie]
Ever since 2008, when its first smash-hit, Ocarina - an app that turns your iPhone into a playable flute - debuted, Smule has proved itself over and over again as a magical outfit guaranteed to drop jaws with every release.
Smule's new iPhone app would like to teach the world to Sing
Some people think of Smule as a maker of novelty music apps like Ocarina, I Am T-Pain and Magic Piano -A which respectively involve blowing a virtual ancient wind instrument; tapping out songs on a curly touchscreen piano; and Auto-Tuning yourself to robo-rap. Some novelties.
Smule launches AutoRap
If you're a fan of Smule's Songify, you'll be pleased to know that the folks behind that app have added yet another title to their collection.