Here's how you can download the Dubbler - Record and Share Voice app free for your iPad, iPhone, iPad mini or iPod Touch.
1. Go to the Dubbler - Record and Share Voice app preview page in iTunes (or tap the link on your iOS device to install the app directly).
2. Click the View in iTunes button.
3. Click the Free button to download the app.
4. Sync your iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad mini with iTunes to install the app.
Here's a description and screenshot:
"Join the newest social network and the only one that has your voice. Dubbler is a fun, free, way to share your personality with your friends on Facebook and Twitter without worrying about word counts. Record your voice, and then transform it with our fun filters, and then share it with your friends. Be as creative as you want with this voice sharing app and go beyond Tango, Snapchat and Kik.
Record up to 60 seconds of fun audio, then use voice filters to tweak and change your Dub before sharing with your friends. You can use Dubbler to sing songs, tell funny jokes, make music or ringtones and instantly share them via email, Facebook or Twitter.
Get creative and use your Dubs to capture important moments and voice your opinions in a way that text and typing can't. Or you can bring photographs or drawings to life with fun and creative audio captions. Add a filter to your voice to giving your Tumblr funny sounds and stories. Match a voice the faces in your Instagram and Flickr accounts – creating a new kind of collage.
Dubbler is new kind of social network where you can find and connect with new people and share your opinion with your followers about the thousands of cool Dubs being constantly updated by the community. Its a stream of cool new sounds and voices that you’d never find on Google, or hear on either Spotify or SoundCloud. It’s your own personal satellite radio station or podcast.
You could even record and transform your voice with one of our audio tools and invent a new character. There’s thousand things of things you can do with those effects and share with your friends! So tell like it is on Dubbler, and Be Heard!"
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