BabbleOn Lets You Sing Happy Birthday and Post It To Your Friend's Facebook Wall

Michael Mills believes this application will break down the walls of social media communication and allow users to create voice messages for all to actually hear. "An application like BabbleOn is the next step in the social media arena, and will certainly revolutionize the way we communicate online."

Have you ever want to sing Happy Birthday to your sister who lives across the country? Even record your baby’s first words and share the sounds with your family and friends on Facebook?

BabbleOn is a social media app for smartphones that records messages to post on Facebook and the BabbleOn Community. The application was created by President Michael Mills, Vice-President Tommy Mills and Raster Media. The free App can be found at any App store for Babbleon.

Michael Mills believes this application will break down the walls of social media communication and allow users to create voice messages for all to actually hear. “An application like BabbleOn is the next step in the social media arena, and will certainly revolutionize the way we communicate online.”

I can see how this could be used for celebrations or for fun in general. For instance, you can sing Happy Birthday to someone special or record a special moment to share with your loved ones. The possibilities are endless and more efficient and satisfying than typing a message. Although, typing a standard message has its purposes and formal messages should be typed.

Using the App is seems pretty simple and easy. You log on to your Facebook account through the BabbleOn App, press and hold the talk bubble to record. Then, you choose to post your message either to your wall or your friend’s wall on Facebook. You can listen to your babble (recorded message) to determine whether you should delete and start over again before posting to Facebook.

I am sure the pitch of the users voice will be an issue. Users will have to practice a couple of times before the recording is good enough to post.