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Mimiyuuuh on the road

YouTube vlogger and influencer Mimiyuuuh is back to the recording studio to add more phrases for her voice option in the community-based navigation app Waze. 

IT’S YOUR GIRL. YouTube vlogger and influencer Mimiyuuuh records new phrases for her voice option in the Waze app, hoping to ease Filipinos’ stress while on the road. Additional photos from @mimiyuuuh/Instagram
Easing Filipinos’ stress while on the road, Mimiyuuuh joined Miss Universe Catriona Gray as an exclusive Waze voice option in December last year. 

Due to popular demand from fans, Mimiyuuuh (real name: Jeremy Sancebuche) adds the following phrases:

“May crash reported ahead daw po, opo! Traffic ang abot natin nito, mag-vocalizationism ka muna dya-an!”

“Turn left! Rawr rawr rawr!” 

The 23-year-old vlogger and fashion design graduate expressed gratitude for the support she has received.

“Rawrrr! Thank you po talaga sa mga natuwa sa Waze voice ko po. Ito pong latest update sa aking Waze voice ay pinili ko from the suggestions ng aking mga supporters. Sana po mas magustuhan pa ng marami yung update,” enthused Mimiyuuuh.

She added, “Super thankful din po ako sa Lazada at Waze for making this possible. Nag-enjoy po ako ng sobra mag-record ng voice. Don’t forget to watch my latest vlog tungkol dito po, opo.”

The voice option is available to users in the Philippines until March 31. To change the Waze voice option, go to Settings > Voice Directions > Mimiyuuuh.

“Waze is dedicated to giving our users the best time on the road. Now we’re able to make their drives even more enjoyable by having Mimiyuuuh continue to guide and entertain them on their way to their destinations,” said Sarah Rodriguez, country manager of Waze PH. 

The exclusive Lazada Ambassador’s Waze voice option is a collaboration with Lazada aimed at delivering the best driving and navigation experience for its users. 

Topics: Mimiyuuuh , YouTube , Waze , Catriona Gray , Lazada
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