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This is a list of official mobile apps featuring VOCALOID. These are organized by relation or affiliation to a company.

This list is for acknowledged media appearances only; contributors are not to post or link to fan creations or illegal applications.

AH-Software Co. Ltd.[]

AR Tohoku Zunko[]


AR東北ずん子ちゃん (AR Tohoku Zunko), published by zacozaco, is an Android AR app which features Tohoku Zunko.

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Tohoku Zunko[]


東北ずん子 (Tohoku Zunko), published by SSS LLC., is an iPhone and Android archery game app which allows users to level up Zunko and unlock wallpapers for their phones. During gameplay Zunko will need to be re-energized by either waiting or being fed with Zunda Mochi.

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Tohoku Zunko Camera[]


東北ずん子カメラ (Tohoku Zunko Camera), published by shinichi tanimoto, is an iPhone app which allows users to take pictures and place pictures of Tohoku Zunko on top of them.

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Crypton Future Media, Inc.[]


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HATSUNE MIKU AhR (formerly SNOW MIKU AhR), published by Crypton Future Media, Inc., is an iPhone app which features multiple Miku models.

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Hatsune Miku AR LIVE[]


Hatsune Miku AR LIVE, published by rohto pharmaceutical, is an iPhone and Android AR app which features Hatsune Miku.

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Miku Labo[]

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Miku Labo, published by Miku Labo, is an Android app featuring Hatsune Miku, it shows the user the battery charge level of their phone.

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Miku Miku Hockey[]

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Miku Miku Hockey and Miku Miku Hockey 2.0, published by Sony Corporation, is a PS Vita AR game app that allows the user to play Hockey with Miku. 2.0 version adds improved software and also customizable attire such as Snow Miku 2014.

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Music Girl[]


Music Girl, published by MARZA ANIMATION PLANET INC., is an iPhone and Android rhythm game app developed by the same team who worked on Project DIVA.

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Hatsune Miku: Dreamy Vocal[]


Hatsune Miku: Dreamy Vocal, published by Tencent Games, was an iPhone and Android rhythm game app featuring Crypton's VOCALOIDs.

Main article: Hatsune Miku: Dreamy Vocal
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Lyrics for MIKU STOMP[]

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Lyrics for MIKU STOMP, published by KORG, is an iPhone lyrics app for the MIKU STOMP guitar pedal which uses the eVOCALOID software and Hatsune Miku's voice.

Main article: MIKU STOMP
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Mazenama, published by Crypton Future Media, it was free software for mobile phones. The software came with different voices/characters. The aim was to make the VOCALOIDs sing or talk; the file can then be used as a ringtone.[1]

Sweet Side: Honoka, Yui, Sara, Mao, Yukino, Yuria, Miyu, Runa, Ayako, Haruko, Nanmi, Aina, Mikuru, Iru, Karin, Takuto, Hayato, Elen, Mariru, Hinano, Maho, and Shoko.
Bitter Side: Kyohei, Kyo, Kein, Sin, Toru, Syu, Riku & Kai, Rei, Naoto, Yuma, Leon, Ricardo, Sota, Sakuya, Kaname, Kentaro, Daichi, Satoshi, Seishiro, Tomo, and Yasu.

The Mazenama website was closed on March 29, 2013.

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i-style Project[]

Fairy Wings[]

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Fairy Wings, published by 妖精眼鏡株式会社, is an Android AR app which features Aoki Lapis.

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Oyasumi Lapis & Merli[]


おやすみラピス (Oyasumi Lapis) and おやすみメルリ (Oyasumi Merli), published by 株式会社サーファーズパラダイス, are iPhone and Android alarm apps that feature Aoki Lapis or Merli, respectively. They will also count sheep with the user.

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Lapis, Merli and the ...[]


ラピスと不思議なラビリンス (Lapis and the Strange Labyrinth) and ラピスと魔法のメロディ (Lapis and the Magic Melody), published by 株式会社サーファーズパラダイス, are iPhone and Android puzzle game apps featuring Aoki Lapis and Merli (although Merli only makes a cameo appearance in the first addition).

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Internet Co., Ltd.[]

Gumilabo Battery Widget[]

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Gumilabo is a battery widget developed by GUMILABO グミラボ for Android devices featuring GUMI Megpoid.

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Hatsune Miku Live Stage Producer[]


Hatsune Miku Live Stage Producer, published by SEGA, is an iPhone and Android rhythm game app featuring Hatsune Miku.

Main article: Hatsune Miku Live Stage Producer
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Miku Flick[]


Miku Flick and Miku Flick/02, published by SEGA, were iPhone rhythm game apps featuring songs sung by Hatsune Miku and fellow Crypton VOCALOIDs.

Main articles: Miku Flick and Miku Flick/02
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Utayomi 575[]


うた詠み575 (575 Utayomi), published by SEGA, was an iPhone app that used the VOCALOID 2 Lite engine to create per-established melodies featuring Masaoka Azuki & Kobayashi Matcha.

It's currently unavailable for download.

Main article: Project 575
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Metamor Ca[]

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Metamor Ca, published by SeAL Inc., was an iPhone and Android app which allowed the user to control Calne Ca, dress her up and play various games with her.

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Shanghai HENIAN Information Technology Co. Ltd.[]


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VOCANESE, published by Bplats, Inc., is an iPhone and Android app (downloadable from the official site) which allows users to share their music featuring VOCANESE characters.

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VOCANOVA, published by Bplats, Inc., is an iPhone rhythm game app featuring Luo Tianyi.

Main article: VOCANOVA
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YAMAHA Corporation[]



iVOCALOID, published by YAMAHA Corporation, is an iPhone app that allows users to use the VOCALOID software on the iPad. It features VY1, VY2, Aoki Lapis, and Merli.

Main article: iVOCALOID
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VOCALOID first[]


VOCALOID first, published by YAMAHA Corporation, is a free (extra options require payment) iPhone app that allows users to write songs easily using VY1.

Main article: VOCALOID first
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Vocalodama, published by YAMAHA Corporation, is an iPhone rhythm game app that uses a basic version of VY1's voice.

Main article: Vocalodama
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VocaloWitter (formerly i-VOCALOID), published by YAMAHA Corporation, is an iPhone and iPad app that allows users to use VOCALOID2 engine software. It features VY1(t) and Aoki Lapis.

Main article: VocaloWitter
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AR VOCALO Walk, published by daniwell, is an Android AR app that includes many UTAUs and derivatives as well as official VOCALOIDs such as Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin & Len, Megurine Luka, KAITO, MEIKO, Camui Gackpo, GUMI, Lily, CUL, Kaai Yuki, Hiyama Kiyoteru, SF-A2 miki, and Nekomura Iroha.

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Horaeng SeeU[]


호랭 시유 (Horaeng SeeU), published by SBS Artech Co,. Ltd., was an iPhone manga app which told the story of SeeU and her pet tiger. The manga is 44-45 pages long with 20 pages of bonus material. Other VOCALOIDs also appear such as Hatsune Miku, Megurine Luka, Camui Gackpo, Aoki Lapis, Akikoloid-chan

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Uta Shoot! with ...[]

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うたシュー! with メグッポイド (Uta Shoot! with Megpoid) and うたシュー! feat.flower (Uta Shoot! feat. flower), published by TOMO MUSIC,INC., is an iPhone and Android game app where players have to shoot word blocks to complete the song. There are two versions of the game, one featuring GUMI and the other featuring flower.

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  1. vocaloidotaku Mazenama [dead link]