The idea and execution of karaoke is a lot of fun, especially when done right. Singing along to your favorite tracks with your friends or even on your own seems like something we’ve all been a part of. Apple understands this very well, as the company announced a new feature called Apple Music Sing, which allows you to sing along to your favorite songs. the best thing? You’ll also be able to adjust sounds and access lyrics in real time. This means no more confusing and butchering lyrics to your favorite songs.
Apple Music Sing is Apple’s way of letting you enjoy a more refined version of Karaoke
Apple Music Sing isn’t just a regular feature that lets you sing along to songs — it’s packed with features like the ability to sing along, make backups, and even go duets with your friends on the weekend. Everything about this feature works seamlessly with Apple Music and the singing experience the app is known for. do you want more? The library keeps expanding, so even if you think your favorite song is unavailable, you’ll be able to access it later.
For those interested, Apple Music Sing will be available later this month to Apple Music subscribers around the world, and you can use it on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV 4K.
“The Apple Music lyrics experience is constantly one of the most popular features of our service,” said Oliver Chaucer, vice president of Apple Music and Beats. “We already know that our users around the world love to follow their favorite songs, so we wanted to develop this show further to enable more sharing around music through singing. It’s really a lot of fun, our customers will love it.”
It is safe to say that Apple Music Sing will become the life of every party, as people love to sing along to their favorite songs. However, to sweeten the pot even more, Apple is also launching over 50 custom companion playlists which will feature all the duets, choruses, and jingles that people around the world are singing about, and the best part is that they are fully optimized for Apple Sing music, making it another excellent reason to use this feature. If you want more information on this topic, you can head over to the Apple newsroom and get all the information you want.