Shazam identifies the music and media playing surrounding you. Just tap the Shazam button to immediately tag, then discover, purchase, share and comment on. Tagging is unrestricted, so simply utilize the Shazam just as much as you want.
It appears like music exploring is all the trend nowadays. Twitter released a new app for iPhone in April, and the Apple introduced its iTunes Music service start of this month, both of them put a huge focus on supporting users to discover new music.
And right now, Shazam pushed even more into the market. The well-known track, album and also artist identifier unveiled a important update to its iPhone and iPad app right now, among the other elements, and here Shazam added new “Pulse” feature for finding new music.
Here is complete change log for Shazam 6.1:
New in 6.0: Auto Tagging, available only on the iPad, can be toggled on/off on the home screen. Auto Tagging allows Shazam to recognise music and media around you automatically, but it canât recognize what youâre saying.
New on iPhone in 6.1:
-Shazam Pulse â Find fresh new music and preview from the trending real time charts
-Friends â Smoother loading
New look tab bar:
-Settings is now located on the top left of the home screen
-When a Friend tags, they appear in the tab bar
-Chart updates are displayed in the tab bar
New on iPad in 6.1:
-Easier to delete tags from Favorites, tap edit then select tags
-Improved stability in Friends feed
New on iPhone and iPad in 6.1:
-Shazam Pulse â Discover new music by sampling of whatâs being tagged right now. To find it on your iPad, swipe -right on the home screen. To find it on your iPhone swipe right in Discover.
The fresh new “Pulse” feature performs as advertised. On iPhone swipe right in the “Discover” section and On iPad just swipe right on the Home screen of Shazam, and you will have the opportunity to discover new music and also preview tracks from trending charts.
Moreover to these new features, the Shazam also has provided some User Interface elements in its application a little bit of facelift, to take them more in-line with its current 6.0 makeover. The whole iPhone app seems natural now and with the new additions as well as Shazam “Pulse” feature for finding new music slightly more valuable.
If you are really interested, just go the App store and find the new Shazam app for free.
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