Unlimited Soundboard Available for Android
Many of you are already familiar with a new breed of apps for the Android OS, called Soundboards. Basically, these apps are simply a recollection of sounds, phrases, and such from movies, music, video games, and more, which are all easily accessible from an easy to use GUI. XDA member Mikuz. has released one app that, under most circumstances, would be considered the creator of soundboards. This app allows you to create, edit, or otherwise modify any soundboard in your collection. So, if you are a Seinfeld fan and decides that the soundboard you have does not have enough “Serenity Now”, you can simply add your own.
Please don’t forget to leave some feedback for the developer, describing bugs and suggestions that you may have to make this app better.
- Create soundboards
- Edit soundboards
- Share soundboards
- Use soundboards
- Set soundboard sound as alarm/ringtone/notification
- Launcher shortcut to soundboard
- Settings for each sound and soundboard
You can find more information in the app thread.
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