New Brochure from Voice Changer by Sergio Viudes Showcases the App’s Audio Possibilities

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A marketing document from Sergio Viudes displays the app’s menu of audio filters for voice.

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A new brief from the developer behind Voice Changer highlights the app’s entertaining capabilities, now that it is enabled for Android* tablets powered by Intel® Atom™ Processors.

Voice Changer allows users to record their own voice, or import audio clips into the application and then apply a wide variety of filters to modify the sounds. With over 33 audio masks, users can make their voices sound like a Monster, Alien, or use neat effects like Canyon, Everything is Spinning, or Hexafloride.

The app makes it easy to take modified files and create ringtones or notifications, as well as share their silly or scary voices with friends on social media or via email. Making inventive songs, sayings or strange effects is simple and enormously engaging.

The brief notes that this creative application enjoys a new and expanded audience with recent optimization for mobile devices. Downloading the app takes seconds and opens up a world of sonic exploration for users.

About Sergio Viudes:
Sergio Viudes is an app developer responsible for Voice Changer and the Baviux series. For more, visit:

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