Smule develops music-making apps that connect people. The company was founded to enable anyone to create, discover, love, and enjoy music. The company's products include AutoRap, Magic Piano, Guitar!, I Am T-Pain, Ocarina, and more. Smule was established in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California.
Why Record Labels and Movie Studios Are Singing Along With Smule
adweek - May 23, 2019
Smule raises $20M from Times Bridge, with plans to expand India operations
TechCrunch - Oct 17, 2018
What Spotify can learn from Tencent Music
TechCrunch - Oct 5, 2018
Global Karaoke Applications Market 2018-2025 | Key Players- Smule, Red Karaoke, ChangBa and Yokee
The Industry Herald (blog) - Oct 4, 2018
Old media giants turn to VC for their next act
TechCrunch - Sep 18, 2018
Smule App's New LiveJam Feature Lets You Sing Live Duets With Anyone in the World
Variety - Sep 14, 2018
Smule app users: 'Strings' meetup in Kochi on August 12
The New Indian Express - Aug 9, 2018
Smule may be the biggest music app you haven't heard of
CNET - Jul 14, 2018
Global Karaoke Applications Market Trends & Share 2018-2022: Vocalz, Smule, Yokee, ChangBa
Northwest Trail - May 17, 2018
The Rise of Singing App Smule
Bloomberg - May 16, 2018
This computer music PhD wants to connect the world through mobile karaoke
CNBC - Mar 30, 2018
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