Good voice changer apps are few and far between. The irony is that the smartphone is a perfect vessel for creating and storing that kind of audio, but the audience is admittedly small. This is a difficult topic to research. There are some open source voice changing engines out there and the vast majority of voice changer apps on Android use the same one so most of them do the same thing. However, there are some developers who have done some decent apps that can change your voice in a variety of ways. Here are the best voice changer apps for Android!
- AndroidRock Voice Changer
- Baviux Voice Changer with Effects
- Voice Changer by Handy Tools Studio
AndroidRock Voice Changer
Voice Changer by AndroidRock is an above average voice changer app. It supports dozens of effects, including bee, old man, martian, fan, hoarse, drunk, underwater, and many others. It works like most voice changer apps. You record some speech and apply a filter. The app also lets you apply filters to previously recorded audio files as well. It works about as well as one could expect. This one is free with no in-app purchases. There are some ads, though.
Baviux Voice Changer with Effects
Price: Free / $2.99
Baviux Voice Changer is actually one of the most popular pure voice changers on Android. The includes nearly four dozen effects in total along with a simple user interface and plenty of other options. You can record your audio and apply the effects as you want. Afterward, you can send it to whoever you want (as long as the app supports audio files), set it as a ringtone or notification tone, and just save it. You can also import audio files if you want to alter something you already have. The app runs for $2.99 for the premium version and it’s free if you use Google Play Pass.
Price: Free / $1.49
RoboVox is a semi-decent voice changer app. It was recommended to us by one of our readers. This one features a design that we’re not huge fans of. However, we do quite enjoy the features. It has 32 voice filters that do everything from changing your voice pitch to adding various filter types. You can also control the strength of each filter for varying effects. The app also features a voice recorder, the ability to save sounds as a ringtone, a parrot mode, and more. It started out with a few bugs, but it seems to be doing a lot better these days. We’re excited to see how far this one gets.
Price: Free (with ads)
Snapchat is definitely the most popular voice changer app. It’s mostly an image messaging service. However, it has a bunch of filters. It can change your appearance, voice, and even environment. It also features Snapchat Memories. That lets you save snaps instead of losing them for good. That gives you an option to record yourself making goofy noises in weird voices instead of just doing one-off videos for your followers and friends. The app is a massive battery drain and the iOS version is better. However, it’s also free to download and use. There are ads, but you probably already guessed that.
Voice Changer by Handy Tools Studio
Price: Free (with ads)
This voice changer app isn’t half bad. It has quite a few decent, if simple voice effects, including popular ones like old man, robot, alien, bee, and chipmunk (think Alvin and the Chipmunks). It works like most others. You record your voice, add the effect, and have some fun with it. It also has some less silly effects like a karaoke reverb setting to add a bit of echo to your singing voice. The app is entirely free with ads, but the ads are a little bit annoying. We wish there was a good, cheap premium version to remove those.
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