Over the past few years, one of Apple’s most talked about acquisitions has been Shazam. The music recognition application which has become a real success on distribution platforms was acquired by Cupertino in 2017. And since then, has not stopped receiving news to further integrate it into iOS and Apple Music.
Shazam is installed on millions of phones around the world, and it has gone through many mobile operating systems that have ruled the market. However, it has been in the iPhone where it has found its best ally, and now this is where it launches a renewed interface. With just one tap, you’ll have all your Shazams at your fingertips.
With the latest version of the app, which has been released in recent hours, Apple has made several changes to the interface and the functionality of the application. For example, from now on, all you need to do is swipe up to access our history with My Music. And the app can send us notifications about lost or offline Shazams.
On the other hand, the Shazam lists have also been revamped, and are now in the search menu that we will find in My music. A feature which, moreover, also anticipates the other great novelty of Shazam: its web version. And it is that, from now on, it will no longer be necessary to download the application to identify the songs.
Simply by accessing Shazam.com from a compatible browser like Safari, we can identify any song that we can think of. This way, PCs, Macs or Chromebooks can use Shazam without needing to install a specific app. In the case of iOS, using it will be as easy as asking Siri or using the dedicated button in the Control Center.