Dubbler App Allows Users To Send, Modify Audio Messages Via Facebook, Twitter

The big changes Facebook recently introduced, such as its revamped News Feed and redesigned Timeline, are aimed at users’ eyes, but Dubbler, a new, free application for iOS and Android, is aimed at their ears.

Dubbler allows users to record audio messages of up to 60 seconds, as well as to modify their voices with 10 different filters, and users can then share those messages with Facebook friends and Twitter followers.

In addition to tapping Dubbler’s voice filters, including cat and robot, users can add photos and use their Dubbler messages as audio captions, and messages can also be shared via email.

Readers: Would you be interested in sending and receiving audio messages on Facebook via an app like Dubbler?

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