Shazam has rolled out an update for Android, which introduces the ability for the app to automatically discover what music is currently being played. This allows users of the app to discover new music without having to tap the Shazam button each and every time.
All you need to do is fire up the app, enable the AUTO selector on the home screen and you're set to go. Now whenever you hear some fantastic beats when out and about the app will automatically listen out and reveal what you need to buy next.
Clement Haider, Shazam's Senior Product Manager for Android, commented on the update release:
"Auto Shazam is a feature that continues to make Shazam one of the best companions to discover new music. We're delighted to have it now available to our Android users. It makes it very convenient to use — whether you're binge-watching TV shows and want to make sure you're capturing all the cool tracks or you're in your car listening to radio. You can focus on the road and enjoy the music. Shazam created for you an Auto playlist in My Shazam with all the songs you've been listening to."
You'll be able to download the app (as well as the latest update with auto Shazam) from the Play Store.
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