Using Apple Music, you may listen to any of a variety of songs and other audio recordings whenever you choose. Sing Karaoke is a component that facilitates user participation in karaoke sessions. We apologize, but this software functionality is currently unavailable in your country or is not accessible to all users.
If the Sing Karaoke function in Apple Music is broken or not available for you, this article will teach you how to repair and fix it. If you’re still experiencing issues after trying these solutions, we’ll give you some troubleshooting advice.
Why is the Apple Music Sing Feature Not Working on iPhone, iPad or Apple TV 4K?
There are a few things Apple Music subscribers may do if they have been having trouble with the new Sing Karaoke function (the ability to sing along to songs with multiple lyric views) not working or being unavailable on your iPhone, iPad or Apple TV 4K device.
How to Fix Apple Music Sing Karaoke Function Not Working or Not Available
- Make sure you have the most recent version of iOS first. Follow this path: Settings > General > Software Update. Always use the most recent update.
- Next, make sure that the Apple Music app’s Sing Karaoke option is on. In order to accomplish this:
- Launch the app and choose the For You option from the bottom menu.
- Then, choose Settings by tapping the three dots on the upper right corner.
- In the Settings menu, choose Karaoke and flip the Enable Karaoke button on.
- If you’re still seeing a notice when you attempt to utilize Sing Karaoke, rebooting your iPhone or iPad may help.
- To do so, press and hold the power button until the prompt reads “slide to power off.”
- To turn off your smartphone, slide the power button to the right.
- If you turn it off and then want to turn it back on, press and hold the power button until the Apple logo appears.
If you’ve tried both of them and nothing has worked, please contact Apple’s technical support for an-depth look into this problem.
How to Use Apple Music Sing Karaoke Feature & Troubleshoot Issues
If you’re a lover of singing along to your favorite songs, you’ve probably used Apple Music’s Sing Karaoke function. With this handy tool, you may sing along with your favorite songs on your iPhone, iPad, or compatible Apple TV 4K device. Unfortunately, there have been reports from some customers that this functionality is broken for them.
If you’re experiencing problems with Apple Music’s Sing Karaoke, there are a few things you may try. First, guarantee that your iOS device is running the most recent version. Simply go to the Settings menu > General > Software Update to verify. Firstly, check to see whether there is an updated version of iOS available, and if so, install it on your smartphone before attempting to use the Sing Karaoke function again.
When everything else fails, try turning off and back on your gadget. Minor software issues like these may often be rectified by just restarting the device. After restarting your device, if you still have trouble with the Sing Karaoke function, please contact Apple Support for more assistance.
Alternatives to the Sing Karaoke Tool on Apple Music App
There are several options if you can’t use the Sing Karaoke function in the Apple Music app.
First, you may use the karaoke function included inside the iTunes app. Launch the iTunes Store app, then choose the “Music” tab located towards the app’s bottom. Then, choose “Karaoke” from the menu bar. Find karaoke tracks for sale and download them right here.
Alternatively, you might download a karaoke app from the app store. Smule Sing!, StarMaker, and Karaoke Anywhere are just a few of the numerous karaoke applications for iOS. Using these applications, you can sing along to thousands of songs. With the help of these applications, you may document and broadcast your performances to an audience of fans.
Last but not least, there are various social karaoke applications that let you sing along with your loved ones. You may find other people who share your passion for karaoke and start singing with them in real time with apps like WeSing (formerly known as ChoirChit) and KaraoQ. As a group, you may collaborate on original songs and performances, then broadcast them to your followers on any of your preferred social media platforms.
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