Lithuanians are known for being fond of songs and dancing, so being caught at a party without the words to one of your favourite songs can be a bummer.

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The Dainorėlis app, created by Šarūnas Daugirdas, Kęstutis Daugirdas, Jonas Čyvas, and Daina Bandžiulytė, has the words to 180 Lithuanian songs that users can sort into a “Favourites” folder for the songs they know and love.

Those who want to learn a new song, however, will have to find the melody on Youtube or from a friend, since the app currently does not support such a function.

The app is currently available for iOs and Android, with a Windows version underway.

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