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Smule releases Glee app

Smule has released an official iPhone and iPad application for fans of the TV show Glee. The Glee application allows users to sing along to songs from the official soundtrack of the show, recording their own versions and sharing them on Facebook, MySpace, Twitter or Smule’s own Sonic Network. Users can create their own virtual Glee club by recording a song and inviting their friends to add their own versions which are combined and harmonized into an actual club song. The application also allows users to listen to and rate recordings shared by other Glee users around the world and earn “Gleeks” by publishing songs on Facebook or MySpace and having them rated by other users. Glee is available from the App Store as a single universal iPhone and iPad app for $3.

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why not include the ipod touch?

Posted by mary in Toronto on May 12, 2010 at 11:24 AM (CDT)


The iPod touch is supported, although you’ll need to use an external mic with it.

Posted by Jesse Hollington in Toronto on May 12, 2010 at 2:16 PM (CDT)


how do you purchase more songs to use on the Glee app? there are songs on my menu but you have to purchase them. I bought a regular song for the app Defying Gravity by a Glee member and it doesnt work like that…

Posted by Katheryn in Toronto on July 15, 2010 at 5:52 PM (CDT)

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