Ditty was a free app by Zya which would sing whatever you’d type. The app allowed customisations and could quickly share music creations on just about any social media platform.
However, the app was shut down, and the developers pulled support. Despite that, it has left a blank space behind that has been filled by several different apps since.
In this article, we’re going over the top seven Ditty alternatives you can try.
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Melobytes is a simple website that takes in language, tonality, tempo, singer voice, and time signature and can even generate a video clip for any lyrics that you type in the given text box. Click the Melobytes button, and you’ll have a rather well-sounding music clip ready for you to go.
Yet another easy to use web app, Voiceful, too, can convert any lyrics you type into songs. However, the app is slightly limited in options as compared to Melobytes. All you have to do is select whether you want to sing or speak, select your language and type the lyrics.
The app itself needs no introduction as it’s one of the most popular apps in the world. While TikTok focuses on creating short format videos, it also has a feature you can use to covert typed words or lyrics into an automated voice.
You can download TikTok for Android here and iOS here.
StarMaker is a simple karaoke app that can convert any of its 2,000,000+ songs into karaoke versions and even gives you vocal and pitch guides to improve your singing.
You can download StarMaker for Android here and iOS here.
Yet another karaoke app, SingPlay, goes one step ahead by converting any locally stored MP3s on your phone into their karaoke versions for you to sing along. The app can also record you singing along to your favourite songs and has audio effects and vocal training.
You can download SingPlay for Android here.
AutoRap by Smule
If you’re into rapping, this app can automatically convert your lyrics into a fast cut, high-energy, auto-tuned rap song. There are several backing tracks to choose from as well. If you’d instead sing karaoke, an app is also available for that.
You can download AutoRap by Smule for Android here and iOS here.
You’ll love this one if you only missed the text to speech conversion bit from Ditty. Uberduck is an experimental web app that can convert anything you type into speech from several different TV characters. The only catch here is that you have to login using Discord.
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