Taking after hugely popular apps like Dubsmash, Dogs Trust have launched their first dog dubbing app to celebrate their 125th anniversary this year. Users can record their own voices over specially created videos of past and present Dogs Trust residents to share with friends.
Doggy Dub, which is now available to download for free for iOS and Android, follows on from the charity's successful Dogs Trust Emoji Keyboard which launched last year with over 41,000 downloads.
The app comes with a range of dog clips in different scenarios and users can record their own voice in time with the dog's mouth movements. Through these fun apps, Dogs Trust aims to showcase the personality and variety of dogs in their care as well as allowing dog owners and dog lovers to share and celebrate this diversity.
Adrian Burder, CEO of Dogs Trust says, “At Dogs Trust we are always striving to find new ways of communicating the variety of the dogs in our care and we think Dogs Trust Doggy Dub does just that. Each dub created and each video shared is another conversation about rescue dogs and a fantastic way to ring in our 125th year.”
Here's an example of Doggy Dub!
Credit: Dogs Trust