The music identification service Shazam has passed one billion recognitions every month, a remarkable achievement for an app that debuted with little fanfare on the App Store in 2008.
Apple introduced a cool new feature with iOS 14.2 or later, which allows your iPhone to recognize music that's currently playing on the device. Prior to this, you could only use Shazam to identify music that's playing on an external source. This feature can identify music playing in any app on your iPhone.
Shazam, the Apple-owned music identification service, has picked up a handy Home screen widget on the iPhone and iPad in the latest refresh to the software on the App Store.
Apple has shared a nearly-three-hour playlist on Apple Music, which was calculated using Shazam's predictive algorithms, that spotlights artists to watch out for in 2021 and beyond.
Shazam for iPhone and iPad was updated in the App Store this morning with several new features. Besides, Shazam can now be used on any computer via a web browser.
The Apple-owned music identification service Shazam today announced that it's now passed 200 million monthly active users across platforms. That's without counting any requests originating from Siri as an active user, for those wondering.
Apple has used the last several weeks to test the latest update for iOS and iPadOS, and now the software is ready for the public.
Apple-owned Shazam is the most popular music-identification service in the world. Starting with iOS 14.2, your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch can identify music playing around you or in apps via Shazam-powered music recognition available from the Control Center. In this quick tutorial, you'll learn how to use iOS 14'2 Shazam music recognition via the Control Center.
The Apple-owned Shazam music identification app has been refreshed on the App Store with a new iCloud sync feature. Instead of the user name and password, you can now simply enable the option to have your identified songs synchronized via iCloud across your other Apple devices using the same Apple ID.
The awesome AirPods Pro spatial audio feature lets you create an immersive 3D sound experience so that it seems as if the sound is emanating from all around you, even as your head or device moves. Follow along with us as we show you how to use spatial audio with your AirPods Pro for Movies and TV Shows, as well as adjust the feature's settings to your liking.
One of the new features in iOS 14 is stock support for picture-in-picture (PiP), and now Shazam even supports it.
You can report Shazam songs that are identified incorrectly, a great way to not only improve your experience but also help make the app better for everyone. Follow along with us as we show you how to report Shazam songs when you think the app has produced wrong matches.