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Harlem Shake Video Booth Pro

Harlem Shake Video Booth Pro
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!!!Simple and Amazing!!! Pro version of Harlem Shake Video Booth
Download now and make yourself next internet sensation!!!!

Record your dance on any song from your iTune Library in Harlem Shake Style or your own style :)

What more you can also add special speed effects to your dance to make it more fun.

Harlem Shake Video Booth is a simple but most effective app to make and share your very own Harlem Shake video.
In just Two steps you can make your funny Harlem Shake Video. Harlem Shake Video Booth provides you with option of timer or manual mode of video recording.
Not just that, you can share your creation with the world using facebook youtube mail or mms (once you save it to your camera roll).
With pro version you can also choose your own song for harlem shake dance or can create dance in your own style. It also has feature to speed up or slow down either part of harlem shake dance.

* Choose song from iTunes Library
* Record dance in Harlem Shake style or your own style
* Speed up or slow down either or both parts of Harlem Shake Dance
* Record your video in landscape or portrait mode
* Videos automatically saved in app for later use
* Option of timer or manual mode for recording
* Share your videos using Facebook, Youtube, Mail or MMS (after you have saved the video in camera roll)

What is Harlem Shake:
The Harlem Shake is an Internet meme that originated in January 2013 with a video released by YouTube comedy vlogger Filthy Frank set to music by heavy bass artist Baauer. The meme gained popularity days later after five Australian teenagers known as 'The Sunny Coast Skate' created several Harlem Shake videos that went viral on February 5th.


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