Apple is making Shazam a bigger part of your iPhone

Apple is making Shazam a bigger part of your iPhone

Apple acquired music a recognition app called "Shazam" in 2018, and now it is make a whole into iOS in another way. A new Music Recognition feature that can identify songs that are playing around you as well as in apps on your phone.

The new feature is available as a switch in Control Center, but it needs a developer beta of iOS 14.2 . That switch will look like a little Shazam icon, and you just need to click it for your iPhone to start listening.

You could also use Siri to open Shazam and identify songs playing around you, but being able to identify music in your apps could be handy too. For example, you might be wondering what song that creator picked for their TikTok or YouTube video, this new feature can help you with that. It is fast and easy.

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Android users have been able to use Shazam to identify music playing through headphones since June 2019. We still don't know why the feature took more than a year to arrive on iOS.
It has not been announced when the final iOS 14.2 might arrive with this feature — iOS 14 just released the other day — or if it could even slip to a further release. But with new iPhones set to launch sometime in October, perhaps we’ll see a release around then.

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