EvaM 4+

VoxPop, LLC

    • 1.6 • 117 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Eva (Exceptional Voice App) is a voice-training mobile app for transgender people.

We know how difficult it is to masculinize your voice; that’s why we have developed this unique interactive coaching program. Eva guides you step-by-step through a series of lessons and courses. Eva’s real-time voice analysis tools provide instant visual feedback for you to immediately know if you’re on target with all the elements that make up your successful masculine voice — breath flow, pitch, resonance and more.

Eva’s unique voice training methodology consists of video-based instruction and practice, as well as several targeted self-guided exercises per lesson that use specially designed visual tools to translate your voice output into an easily recognizable representation on screen. These visually interactive tools provide you with a straightforward and playful learning experience.

The FREE Eva FTM app comes with our uniquely designed pitch-tuner tool, so you can evaluate your voice right away. Voice training lessons are available as in-app purchases for only $4.99 each.

We currently offer two lessons–Eva M Breathe and Eva M Pitch–which lay the foundation for building a full, rich masculine voice. The techniques and exercises are designed for trans* (including genderqueer and non-binary) people who are beginning to masculinize their voices. Whether you’re early in your gender transition, have been living full time for years, or are not planning a gender transition, the exercises and strategies will help you speak with a masculine voice.

New lessons will be added soon. The basic course will include a total of 10 lessons.

NOTE: Eva FtM 2.0 is NOT compatible with iPhones 4 or 4s.

What’s New

Version 3.0.9

- bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

1.6 out of 5
117 Ratings

117 Ratings

Chestr Rose ,

Unreasonably Priced

Don’t get me wrong, I was going to spend the money, but I figured before I spent over $20 on an app, I’d check the reviews to be sure it actually works. Unfortunately most people couldn’t get passed the price to give me advice. Overall the app is a bit $$$ but if sure it could help people who can afford it. If I do end up purchasing lessons eventually, I will come back to edit. In the mean time, good luck my trans masc brothers 👉🏻

LawFreakFromSchool ,

You have overall 2 stars for a reason. Maybe it's time to start listening.

If you're asking for profit in return for helping someone, then you're not doing it for them. You're doing it for you.

There's only ONE free option here and that's what shows you your pitch when you talk. It doesn't have a "feminine, androgynous, masculine" indicator readily available either, which I guess isn't a big deal if you can do your own research but still, it would be a very convenient feature. Everything else you have to pay for, even to record your voice. That's ridiculous.

So "we understand it's hard," but you're insisting on taking money from a crowd of people who mostly don't have any or who are minors with unsupportive caretakers. At least make some lessons free if you're too money hungry to just let there be free access to most, if not all, features. Your app would gain way more popularity and would be highly rated. You have an overall 2 stars for a reason, maybe it's time to start listening. If you really do want what's best for us, then show it. You can talk but unless we see change, that's empty talk.

Skii Jackson ,

Well so much for helping with dysphoria

I saw this as an ad and it said it helped with lowering voice pitch for trans men like me and my best friend. I downloaded it and looked at it briefly without seeing everything cost money except for one thing. I told my best friend to get it and he said “I downloaded it. You have to pay for all the lessons,” I’m fairly upset that this happened because of all the positive reviews my friends gave me but also because you’re trying to get people to pay for something that really shouldn’t cost money. Most people who want this are trans kids like me with unsupportive parents and who want to help with dysphoria. So much for that though, I stick with my soprano for now until I find something free.

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