Apple says Shazam identifies over a billion songs per month

It’s no wonder Apple is enlarging Shazam into a full-blown utility platform, the app is doing substantial numbers. Now, it revealed that the music discovery service has surpassed one billion Shazams per month and 50 billion tags because its inception. The staggering figures reflect the app’s enduring achievement. Shazam has 200 million monthly users and is arguably top of mind whenever people want to recognize a song or piece of music.

Shazam was founded in 2002 as an SMS-based service, debuted on the iPhone in 2008 and reached Android soon after. By 2017, its ubiquity had helped turn it into the basis for the Fox game show, Shazam won, hosted by Jamie Foxx. an Apple She completed her deal to takes over Service in September 2018, for $400 million after an in-depth antitrust Investigation by European regulators. that Redesign the app Late 2020, along with the ability to learn music from the web has arrived. Apple has also continued to attract Android users, giving them the ability to sound detection Played through headphones.

Back in November, Shazam said that her most popular hit of all time was 2019 dancing monkey By Australian pop star Tones And I, which has been identified 36.6 million times. Today, she revealed that 50 Billion Shazamed was Evangeline’s song by Mandarin Unstoppable Love (Unplugged Edition). Meanwhile, it was the first ever result of Shazam jibster by ’70s glam rockers T-Rex.

At WWDC, Apple announced that it will open Shazam’s voice recognition technology to app developers. Frame, commonly known as ShazamKitIt allows both iOS and Android app makers to create software that can identify music from Shazam’s massive database of songs. In addition, developers can also create their own custom catalog for voice recognition. ShazamKit is due to launch later this year and will also support iPad, Mac, Apple TV, and Apple Watch apps.

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