How do you log out of your account on Smule?

How do you log out of your account on Smule?

How do I sign out of my account in the Smule app? Currently there is no way to sign out of an account from within the app, unfortunately. If you need to change accounts, you’ll need to delete and reinstall the app.

How do you change your account on Smule?

You need to delete the app, reinstall it and then log in with the other account. That’s the only way to switch user accounts in the app. If you don’t need to open songs and just want to create and edit another account or leave comments with it, you can also login on the Smule website with your other accounts.

How do I delete my Magic Piano account?

You can delete your account from the app by going into the “About” menu and then tapping on the “[Your name]”. Then tap on “Delete Account.” You will be prompted to confirm deletion.

How do I change my email for Smule?

You can make these changes to your email address by going to the “Settings” screen in both the Smule app and on This will not sign you out of your account in the Smule app. But in the future, you will need to use your new email address to sign in to your Smule account.

Can I use my Smule account to another phone?

So I want to know: is it possible to simultaneously login into the same profile using two different Android devices? Yes.

How do you change your email on Smule?

Can I use Smule on two devices?

As long as you are signed into the same Smule account, your subscription will work on any number of supported devices, including both iOS and Android platforms.

How long does it take for Smule to delete an account?

Your request will be processed in about seven days, and you’ll get a notification to confirm that your account has been deleted. Smule processes requests if the email entered is associated with the Smule account so ensure you send in your request using your account email.

Does Smule delete inactive accounts?

Smule also reserves the right to terminate your Account if your Account has been inactive for 180 days.

How do I transfer my Smule account to a new phone?

You just download the app again and login as you did on the old phone.

How do I get my old Smule account back?

You need to delete the app, reinstall it and then log in with the other account. That’s the only way to switch user accounts in the app.”

Can Smule account be hacked?

Well, if your Smule password is secure, then the attack is likely happening outside of Smule, e.g. your phone itself is compromized, but that’s not something Smule or Sing. Salon can help with. Another attack vector are social media connections, for example having your account linked to Facebook.

Can people see your email on Smule?

your e-mail is not public. Only if you link your social media to the app they would be able to link with you.

Is Smule safe?

Dangerous for youth Public exposure and connecting with strangers on the web isn’t safe, which is what’s happening in this app.

How do I cancel my Smule subscription?

How to cancel Smule

  1. Go to the Smule website and login.
  2. Click your profile in the top right corner.
  3. Select ‘Account’ from the dropdown.
  4. Click ‘Cancel’ next to your subscription.
  5. Confirm by clicking ‘Cancel Subscription’.

Is Smule legal?

Smule the app is a virtual karaoke bar- the venue, and Smule the company is the owner of this karaoke bar. As per copyright laws, the venue owner is supposed to comply with copyright laws and pay for any copyrighted music being “exploited” in its premises.

How easily can your password be hacked?

If you consider password composed of letters, numbers, and symbols that are roughly 100 combinations per character a five-character password will have 10 billion combinations, it seems like a lot of time, but a hacker can break a password like this, in 10 seconds.

How often do passwords get hacked?

And 13% of people admitted to using the same password for everything. It’s estimated that over 2.5 billion accounts were hacked in 2018, according to the most recent data available. That amounts to roughly 6.85 million accounts getting hacked each day, or 158 every second.