In recent weeks, we’ve had a number of mentions of the @musically Twitter account in tweets with videos of people lip-syncing to music. We wondered why, until establishing that there’s a Dubsmash-style social music app called that appears to be getting some traction – with some of its users not realising that its Twitter handle is @musicallyapp.

Anyway, there’s some news to report this morning: has just launched on Android, just over a year after making its debut on iPhone. Across both platforms, the app is about recording videos then adding music and sound effects, or about lip-synching to popular songs. Videos can then be shared to a variety of services, including Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Vine and Messenger. We’ll be interested to see what’s approach to licensing is, given the likes of Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj featuring in its app. Needless to say, any lawyers turning up at Music Ally’s office with these kinds of questions will be politely pointed in’s direction…

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  1. The android app is not the same as the iphone app. When I download the app on my samsung galaxy it is totally different than what is see on social media. All I can do with it is listen to music I have downloaded on my phone and look at the lyrics.

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