Google Play has selected Ditty to be featured as part of their Android Excellence program! Each quarter, Google highlights select apps that are noteworthy and adopt the latest Android features. This recognition was earned based on Ditty’s continued popularity, high review rating, and overall quality of the app. We are honored to earn this feature.
In the first installment of VICE News’ investigative series “Vicepedia,” Will Ferrell addresses the true, false, and straight-up weird things the internet has written about him. Among our many findings: Ferrell didn’t appreciate having to act like Woody Allen in 2004’s “Melinda Melinda,” but had high praise for the artist who wrote a song about it. And in perhaps the most egregious internet error, Wikipedia incorrectly lists his elementary school as Irvine California’s Turtle Rock Elementary, when in fact Ferrell went to Culverdale, a few miles down the road, on the north side of the 405. Watch Ferrell address these and many more rumors, on “Vicepedia.”
Ditty.it is an app that has seen a big increase in use recently after Tumblr and then Twitter users began making memes with the music video generator.
Now, use the huge stock pile of photos stored on your phone to make something stupidly awesome! Just type a message, select a photo from your library, and turn your lazy beach photo into a sandy music video. Shame your friends with that pic everyones been sending around and mix it with the hottest songs out there. Be sure to update to the latest version of Ditty on your iOS device to use the photo feature. Android version coming very very shortly. Ditty-on!
Today, RealNetworks (NASDAQ: RNWK), the inventor of the ringback tone, announced a partnership with Ditty, an award-winning music platform to power the company’s new ringback tone application, HELLO. With Ditty’s proprietary technology, HELLO will enable users to create one-of-a-kind ringbacks featuring personalized lyrics “sung” by Ditty for friends to hear and see when they call.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS OF $150 AMAZON.COM GIFTCARDS: Rose Finkenbinder, Mary Ellen Barrett,Ashley Gebhart, JJ Zinn, Chris Lee, Holmes Card, Naomi Shapiro, Chad Little, Stephanie Woodrudf, Lori Brady
Zya at Mobile World Congress 2017 Our team will be heading to Barcelona this year for Mobile World Congress (Feb. 27 - Mar. 2). If you are attending and interested in how Zya and Ditty empower anyone to express themselves through music, we’d be happy to schedule time to meet up. zyamusic.com
The Football Championship Ditty Skill Contest is just getting started! You could win 1 of 10 Amazon.com Gift Cards. Create sports anthems to cheer on your favorite team or trash talk your rivals. Just enable to Ditty skill, say "Make a football song" and share that song on Twitter to automatically be entered. It's that easy. Who are you cheering for?
Just in time for the holidays, Ditty is now available on Amazon Alexa devices! With the Ditty Alexa skill, you can create dittys with simple voice commands across an array of Amazon devices including the Echo, Dot, Tap, Fire TV and more. Click here to get Ditty on Alexa!
The Ditty-verse is live on iOS! All your requests for a Ditty community have been heard and we are excited the day is here. Now, all the awesome dittys you post can be see by friends and followers within the app. Update today to Ditty 2.8 to check out all the new features. Be sure like your favorite dittys, follow other ditty accounts and invite friends to join the fun. Ditty is your place to go wild and make crazy music videos. We’ll be featuring the ones we love. Show us your dittys! Android users, you won’t have to wait long - Ditty 2.8 for Android launches soon.
For the first time ever, with Ditty 2.6 you can log-in through Facebook, Twitter or email to share and save dittys in-app. Coming soon, your Ditty account will enable you to connect with friends, post dittys to feeds, and like your favorite dittys.
Language is forever evolving, especially online. It takes more than just written words to clearly express meaning, and as communication technology improves, it continues to offer us more options for making our intentions clearer.
Zya, the global leader in musical A.I technology, is helping Pop TV celebrate the return of the hit college a cappella show Sing It On. For a limited time in Ditty, you can create and share your own rendition of the show's theme song for FREE. Season 2 of Sing It On, the aca-docu series from executive producer John Legend, premiers on Pop TV Wednesday, July 27, at 9/8c. To join the fun, download Ditty now at ditty.co.
Avid Ditty user CD Shultz set a goal to create 30 dittys in 30 days.
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We've just released Ditty 2.0 for iOS, a major update that makes every message a hit! You can now record and star in your own video. The new Ditty has over 100 songs, more voices and sharing to all the major social platforms.
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