When you are walking on the road and suddenly hear a nice song, how would you search for it? Many people may choose to open the song recognition app in their mobile phone to search for songs, but in the past they often had to unlock the phone, find the song recognition app, and wait for the time to open the app. Sometimes the song ended before the song started to be recognized.
If the song recognition app you download is “Shazam”, known as the “Song Artifact”, then you can actually add this app directly to the control center of your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, even when the device is not unlocked , As long as you pull down the control center column, you can search for songs with one click. But it should be noted that your iPhone or iPad device must be equipped with iOS or iPad OS 14.2 or above.
If you want to add “Shazam” to the device control center, you can go to “Settings” to find “Control Center”, click on “Control Center” and find the “Music Recognition” option. There will be a green “+” symbol on the left of “Music Recognition”. Tap to add “Shazam” to the control center.
After “Shazam” is added to the control center, every time you hear a song you haven’t heard but you want to collect, just slide down the control center at the top right of the iPhone screen and click the “Shazam” App icon to quickly search for songs playing around you . Even if you are listening with headphones, “Shazam” can also assist in identification.
Now the global users of “Shazam” reach 1 billion times every month. In response to the landmark milestone, Oliver Schusser, vice president of Apple Music and Beats, said that “Shazam” is synonymous with magic. In addition to allowing music fans to recognize music almost immediately, it also allows artists to be discovered. “Shazam” is recognized 1 billion times a month and is one of the most popular music apps in the world. Today’s milestone not only represents people’s love for “Shazam”, but also represents the growing interest in exploring music around the world.
On the other hand, Apple also announced ShazamKit at this year’s World Developers Conference (WWDC). Developers can integrate Shazam’s audio recognition technology directly into the App, which can not only pair music with a large number of song catalogs in “Shazam” , You can also pair any pre-recorded audio with custom results created by the developer, such as virtual learning. When the course content is played through a video conference, the audio of the course content is used to trigger the synchronization activity of the student app. ShazamKit will be released in the second half of this year.
(Source of the first image: Apple)
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