A policewoman’s Dubsmash compilation had gone viral on Facebook after it was posted on the Facebook page, Trending Pinoy Videos. The Dubsmash collection of the 32 year old cop had been viewed more than 320,000 times.
Police community relations officer PO1 Jenny Ian Lee-Kalayakan dubbed various lines including those from famous songs, celebrities, and Filipino movies. Kalayakan lives in Johnston Street, Barangay San Jose Gusu in Zamboanga City.
The "Pulis Edition" created by Kalayakan was originally PO2 Mary Grace Francisco’s idea. Francisco is the regional anti-cybercrime office 9 Office-in-Charge based in Camp Batalla. Francisco shared that they planned to do the dubbing as a group but most could not hit the right timing as perfectly as Kalayakan.
Dubsmash is an Android application that lets the user create a short video clip dubbing famous phrases and song lines. There are numerous audio files to choose from and it will surely bring delightful moments. The clips created through Dubsmash can also be posted on Facebook or sent to friends.
You can choose an audio clip in the Soundboard or search in your browser. Once you have selected an audio, you can start dubbing and show your creativity. You can save and share the clips you had created.
According to Dubsmash, over 20 million people are now using Dubsmash all over the world and Filipinos seemed to have gotten hooked.