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The “I am T-Pain” app for the iPhone, whether you’re a fan or not, has been a huge hit. The app has the ability to auto-tune and record your voice according to specific user settings. This allows users to dramatically modify the sound of their voice when singing or speaking. Unfortunately, the I am T-Pain app hasn’t made its way over to Android just yet. However, one Android developer decided to make his own auto-tune app and it’s called MicDroid.

The early version of MicDroid doesn’t have the bells and whistles of the I am T-Pain app, but it’s already showing a lot of promise. Currently, you can only record audio clips that get filtered through the app’s auto-tuner. Hopefully we’ll have the ability to distort the audio in real-time in the future. Watch the video below to see it in action and grab it for free from the Android Market (purchase the donation version for support).

Note: may not work with the G1 or Samsaung Galaxy S.

(via: XDA-developers)

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