If you enjoy pranking your friends and family, but you’re no good at disguising your voice, then you need a voice-changing app. We’ve already talked about how to block calls and how to record calls on your iPhone or Android phone, so today we’re looking at prank calls with the best voice-changer apps. Unfortunately, it’s very difficult to find voice-changing apps that work as expected. There are more apps available for Android than there are for iOS, but many in the Google Play Store are either packed with ads or don’t do what they promise.
We have sifted through both Apple’s and Google’s app stores and found five of the best voice changing apps, so you can channel your inner Bart Simpson.
Best Voice Changer
It’s a bold move to proclaim your app the best at what it does, but Best Voice Changer is so confident, it puts that claim right there in its name. While it’s hard to pick just one voice changer as the best, this app at least makes a compelling case with a fairly clean UI and a wide range of features. The app lets you record voice files, and you can also import files you already have. Once you’ve loaded a file, you have a variety of vocal effects to slather on, making your voice sound like a robot, an alien, a bee, and more. Some of the effects are lackluster — the “Old Radio” filter ended up producing a wall of noise — but the ones that work, work as expected. The app is free, but does involve some ads, although they don’t take up too much space.
Call Voice Changer
Call Voice Changer is one of those apps that delivers in every way. This app allows you to change the pitch of your voice during a call and offers lots of sound effects. Before you commit to a purchase, you can use it in demo mode, which allows you to listen to yourself and find out what other people will hear. On top of that, you get two minutes free so that you can try the app out on someone before you commit to purchasing more minutes. The prices go from $1 for 5 minutes to $40 for 170 minutes. This app is available for both iOS and Android.
Funny Call / Minion Prank Call
The interface is a little more confusing than Call Voice Changer, but once you get the hang of it, it’s easy to use. It won’t let you make a demo call, but it does let you record your voice to test the voice effects. It comes with half of the effects for free, but you will have to pay for the rest. Sadly, the app has the most intrusive kind of ads, which take up the entire screen and force you to play a game before you can close them. They don’t come up too frequently, so it isn’t too bad. You get 30 seconds for free, and then it’s $1 for 1 minute up to $20 for 64 minutes and all premium voices forever.
If you have an Android phone, then FunCall could be worth a look for changing your voice during calls. Like Call Voice Changer, FunCall does what it promises, and it has a very easy-to-use interface. This app also has a demo call feature so that you can hear what it will sound like for the other person. It doesn’t have the same number of effects that Funny Call has, but it still covers the basics with five voice effects: Helium, Woman, Man, Scary, and Regular. You can also add sound effects during the call like gunshots, a dog barking, a werewolf, and others. The calls are made using Wi-Fi, not your cellular network.
Voice Changer Calling
This Android voice changing app is as simple as they come. When you open the app, you will see a dialer and the voice effects are in the top right corner. The app uses Wi-Fi to make the calls, and you can buy credits through the app, which cost $5, $10, and $20. The voice effects are very limited, with just five to choose from. You can change your voice to deep, scary, normal, funny, and chipmunk.
Call Voice Changer Allogag
Call Voice Changer Allogag is an interesting app. It works as an app to make calls and change your voice, and it’s very easy to use. The interface is very simple and consists of three tabs: Voice Changer, Background, and Effects. This app won’t let you make a demo call, but you can record your voice to test out the voice changer and the effects. The bad side is that it only has three settings for your voice: Lower, Normal, and Higher. You get one minute free, and then you can buy extra minutes at $1 for 10 minutes to $10 for 120 minutes.