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  1. Moiz

    Any update on when the Android version is going to be released? Seems like a really useful tool.

    1. James

      Hey Moiz,

      Thanks, I think it’ll be next month when we have the Android version out. We’re currently doing work analysing the huskiness of voices, since that tends to be the most attractive feature. I’ll let you know when it’s out.


      1. Moiz Rauf

        Awesome. Not sure why I didn’t get notified for this comment though (I thought I clicked the notify me button), so just shoot me an email when it does get released. Thanks,

  2. Christian

    So is the Android App going to be released soon? I am really curious about it. I really want to see this app. I just found out about it today and I am wondering when it will be released. I am willing to pay for it . Also I wonder how monotone NFL head coach would Bill Belichick would be, I think he would be the most monotone person.

    1. Moiz Rauf

      Agreed – would love to get the Android app!

  3. Francisco

    Hey James! Any developments in the android version of Vocular? I saw the last comments but the app isn’t out yet. When will you release it? Any time stimatives?

    1. Vocular

      Yeah, I actually have it on my Android, we’ve just got to fix a bug which makes it quit sometimes when the user ends a recording. Should be out in a few days, give or take however long it takes Android to approve it.

  4. Dylan Burkett

    Hello, I am singer that is looking to lower both my speaking and singing voice. Would this also lower my singing?

  5. Raj Adigal

    Hi Stuart
    I downloaded the app and the only option I had was to pay $1.99. Is that the pro version? If not will you be including that for free or charge additional amount?

    1. Vocular

      Hi Raj, we’ve now merged the Pro version with the original, so $1.99 is the only payment.

  6. CHRIS

    Hi could you add Chris Hemsworth and Vin Diesel to it please?

    1. Vocular

      Hey Chris, we actually already have Diesel in the database. Hemsworth’s a good shout, I think I missed him off because he’s more famous for speaking in an accent which isn’t his own, but he probably doesn’t change his pitch when he does this. I’ll add him in the next version. Tom Hardy too.

  7. Doug

    How can I get to the exercises?

    1. Vocular

      Hey Doug, I talk about the exercises in this blog post here:

      I’d start doing the neck exercises, but bear in mind that your neck becomes weaker and more tight before it gets stronger, so your voice should get higher for the first week. Let me know if you need clarification on anything.

  8. John

    Could you please elaborate on this? Check the screenshot. It says my voice depth is 79hz, but average is 90hz and median is 90hz and mode is 90hz, and highest is 114Hz? So if that is the case why is my voice depth indicated as 79hz? Is the calculation correct?

    The image above illustrates what I mean.

    I did it over and over again and

    1. Vocular

      Hey John, yup, the Voice Depth refers to the lowest significant note in your voice. If you check your distribution, 79Hz should basically be where your frequencies end. I added it because I was concerned that people who spoke with rather varied tones would be reported as having higher voices than they actually do, although, as it turns out, people tend to rate more monotone voices as being deeper.

      If you click on each line of the Analysis, you should get a brief explanation of what each parameter refers to. Let me know if it’s not working for your device though and I’ll look into it.

  9. Drew

    I’m getting a 62 avg score, which I’m taking to indicate deep, low sound. But I definitely have a higher pitched voice. What could be happening?

    1. Vocular

      Well, what makes you so sure your voice is higher pitched? One shortcoming of the app so far is that it doesn’t account for nasality at all, and there are guys out there like Richard Ayoade who literally have low-pitched voices but their nasal quality raises the frequency of some formants and makes their voices sound higher. Do you think that could be going on with you?

  10. Peter

    Hi! I’ve been using Vocular sporadically for almost a year now and absolutely love the app! I just got a new phone and was really hoping to not lose my archives sound files. Do you know how I can transfer or save these files? I’m using Android and I can’t find them via the app, internal storage, gallery, etc. – but I’m sure they’re there! Any idea where to look?

    Thank you 🙂

    1. Vocular

      Hey Peter, ah yeah, I’m not sure you can transfer these files in any way. I’ll ask the developer and get back to you though. It’s certainly something we should add in the future.

  11. Kendal Brenneman

    Hello! Maybe I misunderstood what you mentioned in one place, but I’m wondering how to get, or upgrade to get, the depth-tracker where you can practice different speaking techniques and immediately see their effect. Is it the chart thing? Thanks!

    1. Vocular

      Oh, no, you should be able to just enable it in the Settings. We tend to have it disabled by default because it looks cooler without it, but it is useful.

  12. Andrew

    Hello! My girlfriend seems attracted and even a bit hypnotized by the voice of a friend of mine… That have of course a deeper voice, but my question is: i can obtain that effect with me too or now she is used to my voice?

    1. Vocular

      Hey Andrew, I’d have to hear his voice to know for sure, but you can definitely deepen your voice if that’s what’s good about his. Maybe not to the same pitch, but deeper. It’s a gradual process too, so she probably wouldn’t notice the incremental change.

      1. Chris Dl

        Hi I wanted to know if you were working on a pacing feature?

        Basically how many words someone speaks per minute etc…

        That would deliver greater value, as well as make the results more consistent and reliable.

        Would be insanely amazing if your app you could set up a calibration feature so it could differentiate between voices. That’s within a shared conversation.

        Thanks man looking forward to more updates?

        1. Vocular

          Hi Chris, I’ve been thinking about this recently actually. Been editing a lot of voice clips for an experiment I’m about to run and I’ve noticed a way I could count syllables from the waveforms. I think it would be handy too, since having a slow or monotonous rate of speech seems to be quite a bad feature. You might have seen too, you can make someone sound drunk or senile just by slowing down a clip of their normal speech and keeping the pitch the same. So yeah, I’ll work on this. I’ve got some other features we want to add first though.

  13. Mauricio Castorena

    Hello Verbera team!

    I hope this mail finds you well.

    My name is Mauricio Castorena, I am Business Developer for HUAWEI

    As you may know HUAWEI have 20% market share of the global smartphone market and considering that the average person upgrades its phone every 3 years this means, by 2022 App Gallery will be the only app store available in 20-25% of the smartphones around the world.

    We are very interested in exploring the opportunity of having your apps on App Gallery, starting with “Vocular”,

    Publishing your apps with us means for you:

    1) Getting access to over 600 million MAU and a 20 million increase per year.
    2) Target more than 170 countries in 78 native languages.
    3) 80 – 20% Revenue share
    4) Remain available for all HUAWEI users around the world

    You could potentially grow your user base of 5,000+ by 15% at the end of 2020. As a reference our Lifestyle– apps have an average of 7,500 installs. And we think you will be the perfect addition to be in the Top of the category.

    We have recently launch our P40 smartphones and we want our users to have the best apps, we are supporting a few top developers, like you, who are joining App Gallery before July, with FREE Marketing campaigns to boost their apps.

    Does this sound like a plan to you? “If this sounds right for you, let me know so I can guide you through this easy process

    Best Regards,

  14. john

    I was looking for instructions on how to use “Chart” on the Vocular tool bar?

    1. Vocular

      Hi John, you just click Save on a recording you want to submit to the chart and then Submit and it’ll appear on the chart

    2. James

      I can confirm on my Android handset that the chart function is broken (and has been since I commenced Vocular use). Not intending this as a complaint, rather as an acec-datum.

      1. Vocular

        Hi James, thanks for bringing this to my attention. Could you let me know your device and the OS version you’re running? If you email me ( we could get you added as a tester if that’s alright with you?

  15. David

    This is going to sound ridiculous – does your app (or maybe most mobile hardware?) have problems measuring sound with pitch under 60 hz? I have distributions that end around 57-59 hz. I notice that when I think I’m below that frequency, Vocular will pulsate but not give a frequency reading. I’ll have a broad band around low 60 hz and high 50 hz; not the typical taper you see at the end of people’s frequency distribution. These two things make me think my lower frequencies aren’t being counted. It’s not like I’m whispering either, I’m speaking very clearly into the device.

    Love the app btw. You’re completing a PhD, right? That’s gotta keep you busy. Is there a roadmap for future development on this app?

    1. Vocular

      Hi David, it doesn’t exactly have problems measuring frequencies that low but we stop it from reporting them since they seemed to mess with the analysis. Maybe I should take another look at that, but at that depth it seemed to pick up sounds from studio equipment which meant that an actor with a fairly high voice and very little vocal fry would end up with a mode way down at 40Hz. It sounds like with your voice, we are cutting it off a little too early though.

      Thanks! Yes, I’ve pretty much just started the PhD actually. My current project is building an algorithm which predicts whether a voice sounds male or female, which is a lot harder than you’d expect once you go looking for women who’ve been smoking for decades and men who have naturally very high voices. Once Covid eases up, I’ll be looking to get experimental data so I can build a model of vocal attractiveness. I’m also running a study soon looking at how the voice changes with a viral infection in case you know anyone with a cold? I can’t say much about it yet, but it’s a really cool study.

  16. Padraig


    I am curious – why does it not work if I put the phone in front of the tv or computer and try to get audio off of that?

  17. Minh

    Is there an app available for macOS now?
    Thank you!

  18. Nainesh

    I have completed my payment but still cannot see any kind of install toggle in play store. As i have seen, it showed price of application instead of install. I tried third time .

    1. Vocular

      Hi Nainesh, let me check that your payment has gone through at our end. From what you’re telling me, it sounds like it’s been declined (hence why it displays the price instead of Install). Btw, I’ve replied to your email too.

  19. Rodion

    I yearn for Windows version of this software
    If you make, I hope it links with iOS version of this app

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