Shazam is an application that allows you recognize music and media by tagging, or identifying the sounds being played in your vicinity. This is the primary feature that Shazam is used for. Today, the user interface received an update, changing it's layout into a card-style format. Lyrics are scrolled in a window while the audio is playing. Track previews are available through Spotify and Rdio. Songs may be purchased off of iTunes if available. A recommendations section links related material similar to your tagged audio. Location tagging services have also been recently added to Shazam's expanding list of interactive media features.
The updated interface doesn't implement new software changes specifically, but rather, creates a more user-friendly layout encouraging users to increase their usage of the application through a new dynamic, aesthetically pleasing layout. Music Videos and TV content are now being emphasized, giving you another reason to use the application after your audio identification. Shazam will continue to be updated throughout the next month for iOS as a part of the revamping process for the company. Android users should not expect to receive an update to the platform until a couple weeks from now. Shazam is offered as a free download with an “Encore” ad-free version available for purchase.
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