If you’re an iPhone user and have ever found yourself wondering what song is playing in the background of a video or on the radio, you’re in luck. With the release of iOS 14.2, Apple has made it easy for users to recognize any song playing on their phone using the built-in Shazam feature.
Shazam is a popular music recognition app that Apple acquired back in 2018, and it’s now integrated into the operating system of your iPhone. Here’s how to set it up:
1. Open the Settings app on your phone.
2. Scroll down and select “Control Center.”
3. Find the “Music Recognition” option and press the plus sign next to it to add it to your control center.
4. You can move the music recognition icon to the top or bottom of your control center by dragging it up or down with the three lines next to it.
Once you’ve set it up, you can access it by swiping down from the top right corner of your screen to open the control center. The Shazam icon will be located at the bottom of the screen. Simply tap on it while a song is playing, and it will listen and try to recognize the song.
When it recognizes a song, it will display the name of the song and artist at the top of your screen. You can then tap on it to open the Shazam app and get more information about the song.
Using the Shazam feature is a quick and easy way to identify any song you hear while using your iPhone. It’s a great feature for music lovers and is sure to come in handy the next time you’re trying to figure out what song is playing in the background of a video or on the radio.
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