SingOn is karaoke service that allows you to stream songs over the internet to your PS3. It’s a similar to the Wii U version “Wii Karaoke U”, which I have also played. The benefit of a streaming service is that you can choose what you want, when you want. For £2.99 you can have access to thousands of songs for 3 hours (very convenient for one night when you’ve got friends round) or you can pay £5.99 for 48 hours access) For those who do nothing with their time but sing karaoke, you are well catered for with a year’s subscription for £47.99.
I’m afraid that those days of paying £40.00 for a physical disc full of songs you’re unlikely to sing are long gone. As long as you have a PS3, a USB microphone and and internet connection, you’re in business! The beauty of being an internet service is that you can update your software and not inconvenience the end user. So with a very attractive price scheme, this is a sure fire way to make games like SingStar become obsolete.
Robbie Williams – “Angels”
Lady Gaga – “Bad Romance”
Michael Jackson – “Black or White”
Queen – “Bohemian Rhapsody”
PSY – “Gangnam Style”
Bruno Mars – “Just The Way You Are”
Rihanna – Only Girl (In The World)
Adele – “Someone Like You”
Katy Perry – “Teenage Dream”
One Direction – “What Makes You Beautiful”
There’s more to choose from should you be tempted to buy a pass. Tracks range from current tracks to 90s, 80s, 70s and further. There’s all types of genres and you can search by
Since it’s free to try SingOn, why not give it a go?