If you are a Karaoke aficionado, you may want to check out Karaoke One. Available from both the Windows Phone and Windows 10 Store, the app delivers thousands of songs to your phone, tablet or PC that you can sing your little hearts out to.
The app is free from both Stores, but access to the songs require a subscription. If you've been tempted to try Karaoke One but really didn't want to mess with the subscriptions, today is your lucky day. Over the next twenty-four hours, through the myAppFree promotion, new users will receive a free five-day subscription to Karaoke One.
In exploring Karaoke One for a short time this morning, it essentially turns your Windows Phone or Windows 10 device into an attractive karaoke machine. The service provides access to thousands of song titles and lyrics ranging from Frank Sinatra to Madonna to the Beatles to Megan Trainer.
The MP3 and WAV backing tracks have been re-recorded in the studio and you can record your performances to share with friends.
The app itself is free but to access the songs, you will need a subscription that range in price from $3.99 for three days (great for the weekends) to a lifetime subscription for $29.99. However, over the next twenty-four hours, through the myAppFree promotion, new users will receive a five-day subscription free. You'll see a pop-up window when you first launch Karaoke One with links for claiming the free, five-day subscription.
It's a great opportunity to give Karaoke One out without cost and decide for yourself if it is truly the best karaoke experience from a Windows Phone or Windows 10 computer. If you take advantage of the deal, let us know what you think of Karaoke One in the comments below.
- Download Karaoke One from the Windows 10 Store (opens in new tab)
- Download Karaoke One from the Windows Phone Store
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George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.
Now this would do well in the xbone store when it opens.
How to record ur songs?
Here's my official review on the store and it still applies: 3 of 5 stars.
Pros: Great presentation, descent song selection and growing, perfect for that spontaneous desire to sing.
Cons: ...And this is a big one... The offerings are not original tracks, they're recreations that sound like the originals but with key changes and modified riffs that make it distinctly different compared to a professional karaoke experience. I suspect licensing fees would be outrageous without this workaround, but it also left me feeling like I just didn't want to sing along to this obvious imposter tune. Kept me from making a purchase on myAppFree day. Otherwise a perfect app if you can get over this issue.
Only for 5 days? :(
Can songs be downloaded
5 day deal didn't appear for me. Posted from this here device.
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