News: UK karaoke fans can not get Sunfly’s karaoke library via their tablets, laptops, smart phones and TVs.
Sunfly is set to introduce a new karaoke streaming service that is expected to change Saturday nights forever in the UK.
The browser-based service will enable every household in the UK to access the company’s karaoke library via their tablets, laptops, smart phones and TVs.
The customisation and design features of the service intends to change the way family members interact.
The streaming service caters both for the X Factor / Britain’s Got Talent generation and the traditional karaoke fans.
With the new service, everyone can create their own personal playlist from Sunfly’s 15000 catalogue and specially curated playlists.
Users can also change the karaoke video’s colour themes, fonts and backgrounds instantly, even during a song.
Sunfly head of development Dan Maidstone said: "It is clear that with the introduction of Sunfly’s easy to use contemporary and -customisable Karaoke streaming service, every home in the country will now be able to enjoy Karaoke in a way they have never done before.
"The impact could be significant over the next decade, changing the face of family interaction especially at weekends .Oh and remember that Sunfly’s own K Box microphone and mixer is the ideal accompaniment for this service!”
The company said users can try it free for seven days and then for just £4.99 per month by visiting www.sunflystreaming.com.
Established since 1991, Sunfly is the premier Karaoke label in the UK and Europe.
The company’s karaoke re-records are produced in the similar key and tempo as the original by professional musicians and singers.
It supplies several file formats, with or without on-screen lyrics. Most audio tracks are available as full-vocal and backing track versions.