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Make your friends laugh or cry with this free voice changing app

Developer description

Squeak Voice Changer is an easy, fun way to change and share your voice. Simply record your ... More

Editor's review Page 1 of 3

Published 3 Apr 2019

For years, people have been using helium gas to change the way their voice sounds to amuse friends, family and even audiences. It's hard not to laugh when you hear that squeaky voice coming out of someone whose voice you know pretty well. As amusing as it is, however, inhaling helium isn't particularly good for you. When you inhale helium you're not getting the oxygen you need for normal respiration and breathing it continuously can cause asphyxiation within a few minutes. These days there are much safer ways of achieving similar results.

I guess it was Tiger Electronics who introduced the first commercially available 'voice changing' technology - the Talkboy - in the early 90's. It was originally conceived as a non-working prop in John Hughes' second Home Alone film but it went down so well that the developers took it up a notch and marketed a fully working model for the 1992 Christmas shopping season. The original model featured a battery powered handheld cassette player / recorder with an integrated monophonic speaker and a microphone. As you can imagine, it went down a storm and proved to be a huge seller that year.

These days, the voice changer concept has been taken to another level with the introduction of the smartphone app where there are a plethora of unique sounding voices available. If you're new to the idea, Squeak Voice Changer is a good place to start. It's an easy to use and fun way to...