Top 10 Best Lip Sync Apps to Create Fun Videos

Do you love a dialogue from your favorite movie and daydream about yourself recreating it?

Well if you're anything like the rest of the world you'd want to take at least one shot at recreating your favorite screen moment. Thankfully, you don’t need to spend time learning how to edit videos as there are a ton of mobile as well as Web apps that can help you do just that.

You just have to time your speech or 'lip movement' and the lip sync animation app will do the rest. The lip sync animation apps are available for both iOS and Android-based devices.

You can enjoy the dance and improve your moves as the app will do the rest perfectly for you. Lip sync videos are quite fun and can make good and excellent fun time pass.

While you don't need any professional equipment to create perfect lip sync animation, there are a ton of apps available on both Android as well as the iOS marketplace. It can sometimes get confusing to choose one but we’ve made it easier for you.

We’ve compiled a list of the best lip sync apps and tools for mobile devices as well as for the browser. These all will help you create perfect animation lip sync videos in style without having to worry about being out of sync. In addition, it’s the hottest trend right now!

So without further ado, let’s get started.

Best 6 AI Lip Sync Apps and Tools

AI-based lip sync animation apps and platforms are revamping the way the 3D and VR world is shaping. Artificial intelligence will time your video according to the selected soundtrack. AI is great but even then there is a high chance the timing won’t be perfect, but with a little practice you’ll be making perfect lip sync videos in no time.

1.  Wombo.ai Lip Sync 

Wombo.ai can even animate your selfies by taking ‘facial feature data’ and making the different parts of the face move according to the song you’re trying to fake lip sync. The app uses AI/Machine learning to animate your face and has apps available on both iPhone and Android.

2. Speakr App | Lip Sync And Deepfake App

Speakr App is another such lip sync app that works in a similar way as Wombo, the app works by taking your stills or videos and animating your facial anchor points to produce lip sync animations. Speakr App also makes use of machine learning and with every use of the app, the AI is improved.

3. Lipsync AI by Emotech | AI powered Speech Animation

Lipsync AI by Emotech is a very polished machine learning engine that is improving every day. Every video processed through machine learning improves the AI capabilities of the platform and it can even animate 3D game characters.

Lipsync AI by Emotech uses real-time facial movements to improve their AI. Millions of facial movements are fed into the system to help understand what facial movements do each word or sentence produces.

4. Text to Lip-sync Animation | iClone & Replica Studios (reallusion.com)

Text to lip-sync animation brings an innovative solution to the table in the form of a platform that can animate a 3D face by just typing in sentences. The AI engine animates the facial anchors just like speech engines do and replicates real-life facial expressions and lip movements.

While other platforms offer speech to facial expressions, iClone & Replica Studios is unique with the text to animated lips movement.

5. Interactive Wav2Lip Demo (iiit.ac.in)

Interactive Wav2Lip is another innovative tool that can join pre-selected audio to your recorded video. The videos work flawlessly and will help you recreate your favorite screen moments. Animation lip sync won’t be possible with the Interactive Wav2Lip but you can get enjoyable lip sync videos of your favorite celeb dialogues or quotes.

6. Blender Lip Sync Addon | Auto-Lip-Sync

Blender Lip Sync Addon is also an auto-lip-sync tool that can even make artificial figures and 3D figures recreate real-life lip movements. Because of AI, the platform is improving each day and while it can’t be easily used by end-users for free, it is the basis for lip-sync applications in the digital ecosystems.

Best 4 Lip Sync Apps for Android/iOS

1. TikTok - Make Your Day

TikTok has rapidly risen to popularity mostly during the COVID-19 lockdown days. It is currently the largest platform being used by teenagers for short content consumption. It uses a perfect implementation of lip sync AI platforms and helps create fun to watch content.

TikTok also acquired Musical.ly. And has over 150 million users. While YouTube has enormous creator payouts, TikTok user base is young and is addicted to the short clips that the platform features.

You won’t find the animation lips features that bring 3D artifacts to life but you can create excellent voice-overs over your physical acting.

The easy to use UI has scissors icon where the start and endpoints of a song can be defined and there are options to control the playback speed. Once everything is ready, hit the record button to record your new lip sync video.

The platform also offers the option of publishing it on the TikTok social media platform.

2. Dubsmash - Videos for everyone on the App Store (apple.com)

Dubsmash features a comprehensive sound and music libraries that will help you create lip sync videos of your favorite movie and TV shows. Just like TikTok, Dubsmash also offers the option to upload your content.

You can start by choosing a song or a sound clip and hit the record button. Your followers can like or share your videos featuring lip sync meaning you can become a prodigy in no time by just acting through your favorite moments.

While there isn't an option for animated lips 3D render, you still get to add text effects, filters or stickers to add spice to your content and also have the option to download or share.

3. StarMaker-Sing Karaoke Songs on the App Store (apple.com)

StarMaker also features a long list of top songs for your lip sync videos. StarMaker is positioned perfectly as a platform for music enthusiasts. You can start by selecting a song, adjusting the audio and video settings and tapping start.

There's an option to go live but that can’t be done for videos featuring lip sync meaning you’ll have to download or share after the creation is finalized.

4. Triller: Social Videos & Clips on the App Store (apple.com)

Triller brings the best of all platforms with fan favorite features like sharing, commenting, liking, and following other fellow content creators. There is a rich choice for content creators just like other platforms.

The platform was just made for lip sync videos as the song library contains songs up to 30 seconds of length. There isn't an option for animation lip videos like powerful AI platforms that can animate objects but you get excellent lip sync capabilities.

Add your favorite emojis, stickers, or apply filters to your lip sync videos. Just like other platforms there are options to create, download, and share the videos both offline and online. The platform is seeing a huge influx of users as people are liking and sharing more and more through lip sync videos.

Conclusion

If you were looking for the best lip sync app for android or your iPhone, the above-mentioned ones are all you need. The mobile apps have improved a lot over the years and while they don’t offer the same AI functions as the web apps, they’re more convenient to use and will make your gatherings and social media much more fun.

FAQs

What does lip-sync mean?

Lip sync means synchronizing your lip movement to a pre-recorded soundtrack/audio clip. The trend picked up pace in 2017/2018 with Dubsmash where people would act as if they are singing the song or recreating a popular scene from a movie.

About Rose Salia

Rose Salia is a senior tech writer with years of experience. Rose has a great passion for all things new and interesting in AI and tech industry. That's exactly why she can bring you different stories in AI, covering latest AI apps, amazing deepfake tools, and revolutionary deep learning and GPT-3. When she's not working on writing, in her spare time, Rose also enjoys cooking (Italian Pasta), walking her dog (Charlie, a fluffy golden retriever), playing video games (Monument Valley) and reading books.

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