Sing Harmonies App for iPhone, iPad, and Android
October 2018: Recently some users were having problems with the Android version of the app, so we've pulled it from Google Play while the tech team works on an update.
I've just released an Android version of the Sing Harmonies App on Google Play. It works just like the iOS version and comes loaded with three harmony songs: Lean On Me, Teach Your Children, and Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. All of the 38 additional songs available for the iOS version are also available for the Android version via in-app purchase. Detailed song info is here. If you like the app please leave a review on Google Play.
Sing Harmonies can help you learn to sing harmonies and polish your harmonizing skills. You can mute or play any or all of the parts while the song is playing. That means you can just play one part to learn it, then you can just play the remaining parts so you can practice singing your part with the other voices. Or you can play your part at half volume if you need a bit of help.
The app is great for learning and practicing harmonies. If you want to learn how to sing harmonies by ear I'd recommend that you use my method Harmony Singing by Ear.
I came up with the idea for the Sing Harmonies iPhone App several winters ago. I arranged the vocals, then my husband Tom Manche produced all of the songs at his studio Studio X. My friend Paul Schatzkin connected me with Firefly Logic here in Nashville, who turned it into a real app. Firefly Logic is no more, so we are now working with new developers.
The iOS version comes with three songs, all in 4-part harmony: Lean On Me, Proud Mary, and Teach Your Children. The app costs $1.99 and works on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
In January 2017 we released Sing Harmonies 3.2, an improved version. In addition to the current iOS version's three songs there are 38 more songs available via in-app purchase, all in four-part harmony. The song list, keys, and arrangement info are all here.
Click here to go to the App Store page about Sing Harmonies.
Click here to go to the Sing Harmonies web site. It has detailed song info and a forum where you can post questions and comments.
Click here to go to check out the Android version of Sing Harmonies at the Google Play Store.
Here's a video, starring the updated 2.0 version of the app and my left hand, that shows you how it works: