June 21, 2019

Singing karaoke songs have been a past time for a lot of people.

Every corner of the world has a karaoke machine. With today's technological advancements, people don't really need to go to karaoke bars. Companies have been developing home karaoke systems for those that prefer to sing at home. One of which is Popsical. Popsical is the newest addition to a long line of home karaoke machines. What separates Popsical from the others is that it's very convenient to use. Speaking of convenience, it can fit in the palm of your hand. Popsical can cater to every karaoke lover across the globe. There's an option where you can decide what language suits you the most. You can find that option in the Popsical app. Yes, folks, the device can be remotely controlled by downloading the Popsical App. The application is available for both iOS and Android devices.

Popsical Chinese Language


In China, people go crazy over karaoke. The option to change the language setting gives them, whose first language isn't English, convenience. The creators of Popsical do their best to cater to the consumers' needs and wants. That's why if you're looking for a Chinese karaoke machine, this is it. Of course, controlling the device is as easy as downloading the Chinese karaoke app. The app allows you to change the settings, select and add songs to the queue, and a lot more. You need not worry about song choices. Popsical's song library consists of over 200,000 songs. The library itself is cloud-based and is regularly refreshed to keep up with the times.

Speaking of times, most people view China as a very traditional country. While this is still somewhat true, the Chinese do have a growing pop culture. You can see it in the movies and songs they're producing today. They call this culture C-pop. C-pop comprises a mixture of both Mandopop (Mandarin), and Cantopop (Cantonese) which are different Chinese dialects. With that in mind, Popsical's developers made sure that the Chinese community is catered. There is no shortage of Chinese karaoke songs in Popsical, whether Mandarin or Cantonese. To choose specifically Chinese songs, you only need to change the language setting. Switching the setting enables you to pick songs that are in that particular language. If you choose Chinese as the primary language, the homepage of the app will automatically show you Chinese songs. The level of flexibility that Popsical gives you is just amazing. There's no shortage of Chinese songs on Popsical. Big names such as Taiwanese heartthrob Jay Chou, Super Junior-M, and Karen Mok provide you with a lot of songs to sing along to. These artists are just a few of the selections you can choose from. There are a lot of Chinese artists that provide their songs on Popsical for you to enjoy. We're just seeing the tip of the iceberg in terms of song choices in Chinese. Whatever genre you prefer, whatever language you choose, there will always be a song you can sing on Popsical.


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