Shazam is very quick and easy to use. All you have to do to activate the listening feature is click on the S button with a circle around it in the bottom right-hand corner and then Shazam identifies the song.
After a few seconds, the screen will change and will show you the name of the music and give you a sample of the song. I think being able to listen to a sample is very helpful so you can check the app has got the right song. You are also able to share the song on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. You can also listen to it on different music apps, for example, Deezer, Spotify, iTunes.
What is great about this app
Some of the things I like about this app is how easy it is to use compared to other music recognising apps which I have found are quite confusing and slow to use. Another thing that I have found, through a lot of research and testing other music recognising apps, is that Shazam is a lot more accurate and updated with all the latest music making sure your music can always be identified. A useful feature that Shazam has is being able to store all the music that you have "shazamed," on your profile page.
A great little feature that I found on Shazam is the explore button. It enables you to find the favourite and the most played songs of a certain area, for example, London or Brighton.
Overall I think that Shazam is a very useful app to help you to recognise songs. It also is very accurate, which really helps to make it easier and quicker for you to discover your unknown music.
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Caspar uses his spare time to play tennis and cricket, he also reads mystery thrillers, is a pianist and sings in the shower when he is not studying.