The app is currently in closed testing mode and is only available on iOS and by invitation.
Bars offers users not to do everything manually, but to read the text under the ready-made bits that are in the application. The video can be published in the feed, where it can be evaluated with a “fiery” reaction.
Users can record videos with a length of not more than a minute and apply “Studio audio effects”, including the auto-tune. When registering, Bars asks about experience in rap: if you select “beginner”, the app will show a dictionary of automatically rhymed words, and if “advanced”, then freestyle mode will be available, where you need to insert eight words into a 16-stroke rap.
So far, the app is in closed testing mode and is only available on iOS and by invitation. But, as in Clubhouse, users can stake out their nickname in advance.
The New Product Experiment division at Facebook is responsible for the development of Bars. In 2020, it already released the music app Collab, which allowed musicians to make collaborative tracks.