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Ubisoft's Just Dance 3 promotional app for iOS (and, later, Android) isn't exactly the same as Just Dance 3 -- but it does encourage you to do the thing in the title of the game. In fact, rather than a graded dance simulator, the app is sort of a VidRhythm thing, speeding up and recutting your video footage into an automatically generated music video to one of three songs from the game.

You can see some examples, uploaded from the app, at the Autodance YouTube page. We're not convinced it's a thing we'd want to try more than once, but we don't even have that opportunity just yet -- the app isn't available in the American App Store as of now.

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Free mobile application available today on the App Store, soon for Android

London, UK – October 7, 2011 – Today Ubisoft ® announced the launch of the Just Dance 3 Autodance application, the first Just Dance application for smartphones. Available today on the App Store and soon on the Android marketplace, this new application is free and allows anyone to create great dance videos, wherever they are.

The concept of Just Dance 3 Autodance is to create your own Just Dance videos thanks to your iPhone or Android smartphone. The application records four sequences and then combines them to create a short video matching one of the three Just Dance 3 songs available in the application:
· Duck Sauce – "Barbara Streisand"
· The Sugarhill Gang - "Apache (Jump on it)"
· Konshens – "Jamaïcan Dance"

The created videos can then be shared on the users' Facebook pages and through a special Youtube channel that hosts all the Autodance submissions:

To download the Just Dance 3 Autodance iPhone application, please go to

For more information about Just Dance 3, please visit the game Web site at

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