Updated: November 22, 2020 8:12:42 p.m.
Apple has got Shazam back in 2018 for $ 400 million. Shazam is an app that allows users to identify songs they were playing with a tape. Now, the company is integrating Schism’s functionality into its iPhone, which allows users to identify a puppet-playing song.
This feature is available on iPhones running iOS 14.2 or higher. If your phone is not updated, you can open the settings and head to the ‘General’ tab. There you need to tap on the ‘Software Update’ option. If an update appears, you can download and tap to install.
After you upgrade your iPhone, you can follow the steps below to add the ‘Music Recognition’ feature to your device’s Control Center. This will then allow you to identify a song playing in the background with a tape.
* Turn on iPhone settings.
* Head to the Control tab.
* Scroll down and tap on the ‘more’ option.
* Tap the ‘+’ icon next to the ‘Music Identity’ option.
* Music recognition feature will now be added to your device’s Control Center.
* Now singing a song, you can simply slide the control center and tap on the music regulation option, to help you identify the song.
Unlike Shazam, it can only help you identify the song you’re playing in the background, with Apple’s music regulation feature letting users sing the music it’s doing on their phones.
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