Since today, Shazam automatically recognizes music through your headphones. So you no longer have to switch it off to recognize a song with Shazam Pop-Up.
The music recognition app Shazam has become a little bit better again. Shazam users have been asking for a feature for years where the app simply recognizes the music you play through your headphones. Until now you had to switch off your headphones and play the music louder through your headphones next to your device. Really not handy.
Via Pop-Up it is now possible to start recognizing your music from any app. The music recognizer taps the audio signal and uses an automatic notification to notify you that it has recognized a song.
Techcrunch reports after extensive testing – with Apple AirPods – that Pop-Up works perfectly. The technology website used the new feature on Instagram, TikTok and Youtube. You are probably wondering why the new feature is not yet available for iPhone users. Currently, Apple’s iOS simply supports the ability to allow automatic notifications. The American company will probably find a detour to implement this function in its ecosystem.
Shazam was taken over by Apple last year. The company paid $ 1 billion for the music recognition software.