If you have heard a song you like and have been left wanting to know its name, you will appreciate its presence apps to see songs. With them, the phone listens to the song and after a few seconds, if you're lucky, you have the song name and its author.
On Android there are no few programs to see the songs, with the most popular names like Shazam, although there are many other apps to choose from, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Turn your phone into a real song hunter with these eight song recognition apps.
We start the list with Best known song identification request, Shakam. The app was purchased by Apple a few years ago but luckily its version of Android continues without advertising.
Shakam has spent so many years discovering music that includes more exciting activities. For example, Auto Shazam mode will listen to all the music until you turn it off, and even have it float button
SoundHound is another song recognition instrument. It works the same way as Shazam, with the advantage that it is also optimized you will mute the song you want (even though the results will depend a lot on your ability to calibrate correctly).
On SoundHound you can not only capture songs, but also play them later with the help of YouTube or Sotify. In some cases you may find too The song lyrics that you were listening
SoundHound – Music search and playback
If you don't feel like adding any app to this job, you'll always have Google Assistant. If you touch the microphone button on the wizard and the app detects that there is background music, you will be given a choice What is this song?.
Once this is done, Google Assistant will listen for a while until, if you're lucky, can recognize the song. It will then show you the effect on the song and artist, as well as related links to listen to the song on it YouTube, Spotify and the like.
Deezer is a music streaming service that competes with Spotify, or has something, at the moment, that is not on Spotify: song recognition. Here it gets the right name for this A Song of Songs, whether in Spanish it is simply named What is this song?
The operation is really simple: you touch on what is this song and after a few seconds you will have an effect. Surprisingly, in the results you can't play the song, even though you can add to favorites or in a playlist.
MusicID, not to be confused with Sony's TrackID, to rest in peace, is a simple music identification app. It works well, and after you see the song you will have some additional information and ability to buy the song from Amazon.
MusicID includes some social activities, recommending songs like the ones you've wanted to date, and then save list of all the songs you have searched for in the past.
Genius is an app that is 100% focused on song lyrics, though it also has music thanks to ACRCloud. The recognition itself is so accurate and beneficial that, almost invariably, it will coincide the lyrics of the song
Genius song recognition focuses on finding the lyrics of the song, even though it includes the play button you can listen to the song in a small floating window. The list of songs you want so far doesn't keep up well.
Genius – Song lyrics and more
Another application that focuses more on songwriting is MusixMatch, though it doubles as a music player. Or three times, because it also helps you identify songs from the Point tab.
Tracking of songs does not move through the tree, with a find button and results to be displayed as a simple text or song name synced karaoke– of these songs that count in your files.
Musixmatch Music Player Song Lyrics
Music Identifier – also known as BeatFind in English – is another easy application to identify songs using ACRCloud technology. It's good if you look an app that identifies only songs and nothing else.
The recognition process lasts for a few seconds and you will see the title, author and button for listening to the song on Sotify. You can check out the songs you've identified before your history.