Apple-owned Shazam refreshed with the date and time for each of the songs found

The song identification service Shazam, owned by Apple, updated its apps on App Store with handy timestamps appearing next to your Shazamed songs.

Both Shazam and Shazam Encore (an ad-free version of Shazam) have been bumped to version 12.10. Now when you browse your Shazamed items within the app, you will also see the date and time next to each and every identified song.

The changelog mentions no other features or fixes:

When did I Shazam that? Good question…Next time you visit My Shazam, you’ll now see the date and time for each of the songs found.

As one of the world’s most popular apps used by more than 100 million people each month to identify music, get song lyrics and discover the music that artists discover themselves, no wonder Apple acquired Shazam and has “exciting plans in store” for the app.

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The Shazam team is now part of the Apple Music team.

Shazam integration on Apple devices is available through Siri for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac. The app has been downloaded more than a billion times to date. People from all walks of life use Shazam to identify more than 20 million songs every day.

The premium Shazam Encore app used to come with a $3 upgrade to get rid of ads, but not anymore as Apple has followed through its promise to make the Shazam experience ad-free.

Shazam and Shazam Encore are available for free on App Store.