We live in a world full of technology, and, frankly, we are becoming more and more dependant on it.
Who can blame us? It is so easy to get used to the little comforts provided by the technology we embrace daily.
It is funny to think that billions of people hold a tiny computer in their pockets, which is more powerful than the computer that got Neil Armstrong on the moon!
Smartphones can do lots of things nowadays. We use them to take photos, to share interesting bits of our lives with friends, and to get information that is relevant to us, like news, weather information, emails, and so on!
Most people use their smartphones to listen to and discover music. After all, it is highly convenient to listen to anything you want, whenever you want.
However, there are moments when you happen to listen to a random song in public – You’ve likely heard a song on the radio, or in a club, or a car, really enjoyed it, but didn’t know its name.
This is where Shazam comes into play. It is an app made to recognize songs by recording bits with a smartphone’s microphone and then using algorithms and databases to accurately return the name of the song you are listening to.
Additionally, if you could remember how a song sounded but not its lyrics, Shazam allowed you to sing/hum it into the microphone, and it would look it up and try to identify it.
The app has just reached version 11.35.0. With each new version, the app gets better at its job – recognizing songs.
We strongly suggest updating the app for more accurate results.