Today Apple is celebrating 20 Years of the music identification service Shazam, celebrating with a special curated playlist.
If you’ve been trying to remember what songs you recently discovered, you can see your Shazam history right in iOS 15.1’s Control Center.
Apple has updated the Shazam app with a new user interface and improvements to syncing. A online web version has also launched in beta.
Shazam++ is a shortcut that helps you take action after you use Shazam to identify a song. Use the shortcut to automatically get the link on your favorite music streaming website, and use features like lyric service, album and artist information, see your recent Shazams, and more.
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Apple is running a promotion for Apple Music. From now until December 31 you can get free Apple Music depending on your subscription level.
Today Apple Music launches the Shazam Discovery Top 50 playlist, which is a weekly global ranking of 50 trending artists.
The chart will be updated every Tuesday and is exclusively available to stream on Apple Music. Artists at the top of the first list include Ohana Bam, A$ton Wyld, Tones and I and Regard…The chart ranks songs that are trending in the U.S. and “over 10 countries”; artists from more countries will be featured soon.
Sounds cool but I hope it’s not filled with hip-hop, because that seems to be Apple Music’s focus.
Apple announced on Monday that it purchased the song identification service Shazam.
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One source puts the price of the acquisition around US$401 million, although Shazam was once valued at US$1 billion dollars.