Smule's mission is to connect the world through music. The Company creates social music-making experiences for everyone, no talent required. Smule is the #1 developer of music-based mobile applications including AutoRap, CineBeat, Guitar!, I Am T-Pain 2.0, LaDiDa, MadPad, Magic Piano, Ocarina, Sing! Karaoke, and Songify.

Company Growth (employees)
San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
193 (est)+5%
Smule was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People at Smule

Sunil Pareenja

Sunil Pareenja

Jeff Smith

Jeff Smith

CEO and Co-Founder
Jeannie Yang

Jeannie Yang

Chief Product and Design Officer

Smule Office Locations

Smule has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
139 Townsend Street, Suite 300

Smule Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$146.1 m

Latest funding size

$54 m

Time since last funding

3 months


Smule's latest funding round in May 2017 was reported to be $54 m. In total, Smule has raised $146.1 m. Smule's latest valuation is reported to be $604 m.

Smule Financial Metrics


Market valuation

604 m

Smule Operating Metrics

Smule's Monthly Active Users was reported to be 52 m in May, 2017
May, 2017

Monthly Active Users

52 m

Smule Job Categories

Smule Median Salaries

Source: 21 public H-1B filings from Smule

Traffic Overview of Smule

Smule Online and Social Media Presence

Smule News and Updates

Social music startup Smule raises $54M for Asian expansion

 Smule, maker of Sing! Karaoke and other social music apps, announced yesterday that it has raised $54 million in a round led by Chinese company Tencent. Adams Street Partners, Bessemer Ventures, Floodgate, Franklin Templeton and Shasta Ventures also participated in the funding. Reuters reported tha…

With music-making tools and one day live-streaming, Smule hopes to be the social network for music

Music app maker Smule doesn’t want to be counted out of the battle of mobile live-streaming services. Facebook, Twitter and — and likely soon YouTube and Snapchat — are among major mobile app brands that want people to broadcast video from their smartphones. Live video can attract a..…

Smule Company Life and Culture

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