Dubsmash is a video messaging application for iOS and Android created by Jonas Drüppel, Roland Grenke and Daniel Taschik.[1] Using the application, users can choose an audio recording or soundbite from movies, shows, music, and internet trends and record a video of themselves dubbing over that piece of audio. TAMIL BEST DUBSMASH FUNNY 2016 VIDEO

However, just seven days after officially launching on November 19th 2014, they’d reached the number one spot in their home country of Germany. A success that would soon be replicated in 29 countries, including the UK, France and Holland. TAMIL BEST DUBSMASH FUNNY 2016 VIDEO

“Early in our prototyping phase in October, we already got very positive feedback that made us feel that we found something valuable to many people,” Dubsmash co-founder Roland Grenke tells

“A first strong indicator for a ‘hit’ was reaching the number one position in Germany within a week after official release. Repeating this situation in different markets confirmed that Dubsmash can be internationally successful.”

The app allows users to lip sync over audio clips including sections of songs, movies, and famous quotes. Users can upload their own audio, and can add colour filters and text animation to their recordings. Users have to save their clips to their devices and can then send them via other messaging applications. TAMIL BEST DUBSMASH FUNNY 2016 VIDEO

The app’s creators had previously made two other apps which were not as successful. Their last app prior to Dubsmash was called Starlize, which aimed to allow users to create music videos. Finding out that this app was too complex for users, the creators decided to move on to shorter length videos with an emphasis on ease of use, creating Dubsmash.[1]

Despite Dubsmash’s seemingly overnight success, it is actually the team’s third attempt at an app since starting the company in mid-2013 after the three founders met at a hackathon in Berlin the previous year. The most recent effort prior to Dubsmash was Starlize, an app that let you create personal music videos.

“[It was] similar to Dubsmash in the sense that it also used User-Generated videos and external sounds. But we had the feeling that it was too complex for most users,” explains Grenke.

The other lessons gleaned from Starlize’s failure were that people preferred to share privately, most of the fun was in sending different videos back and forth as part of a conversation, and video creation had to be “super fast and easy,” with the minimum number of clicks and an emphasis on shorter videos.

Then, after Grenke’s co-founders bought him a ‘soundboard’ gadget as a present, came the realisation: Available sounds shouldn’t be limited to music but to “all sorts of sounds and quotes.”

Within a week of the app’s launch on November 19, 2014, it had reached the number one position in Germany, later reaching the same position in over 29 other countries. As of June 2015 it had been downloaded over 50 million times by hbvb in 192 countries.

PC Magazine gave the app 3.5/5 in their review, describing it as a “nifty social novelty and a great potential comedic tool”, but criticising the low video quality TAMIL BEST DUBSMASH FUNNY 2016 VIDEO