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16 February 2012
Singbox

We are pleased to announce that the Pet Shop Boys Singbox app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch is released today. The app, developed by Swedish company Singbox, allows users to sing along to Pet Shop Boys songs on their device and compete with other users in a way that was only previously possible on console games. The app includes singalong versions of original Pet Shop Boys videos, including "West End girls", "Suburbia" and "New York City boy". Users can share their score on Facebook, challenge a friend and compete with others online. The app contains studio functionality with tailored sound effects and filters. The app is available to download from the Apple App Store (link below).

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