Tuesday, 28 June 2016

what song is this : How to FInd a Song on Any Smartphone, PC, And a Tablet

Siva Kumar     06:20     No comments

what song is this..? What the heck of the Song Lyrics am i Listening


Are you Really fed up with unable in finding the song ..?What’s that song is playing right now?

At one point, your best bet is to hope that your friend knew or heard the words and try to search for them. Now, you can just have your phone, tablet, PC or listen to it. All of this is built into modern operating systems.


Shazam was the program that really brought this to the masses, and it is still available on modern smartphones and tablets. But it is no longer necessary, although it is not obvious, like Siri voice assistant, Google Now- and Cortana can all do it.

How to Identify a Song on Iphone & ipad


To get started, open Siri by long pressing the Start button. Something like "What song is playing" or "name that tune" Siri will listen to the song and find it for you. This feature is powered by Shazam, Shazam app, although you do not need to be separately installed to use it.

Siri provides a "buy" button, which will allow you to buy the song on iTunes, but you can also just point out that the artist and the name of the song and find another service

How to Identify a Song on Android

This is built on Google- Google's search app on Android. Perhaps some of Google Now- in, this is one of many «OK Google» Voice commands you can use Android.

To use it, you can just say "OK Google, what is this song?" If you have OK Google Hotword connected anywhere. Or, tap the microphone on the search bar at the top of your screen and say, "What is this song ». Google- also offers" Okay Google, Shazam this song "shortcut if you have installed the application Shazam, Shazam app to open it directly instead of using Google-'s own song identification feature.



How to Find a Song on Windows


Cortana has this built on Windows 10, too. Open Cortana (or say "Hey Cortana») and say, "What is this song?" Or something similar to enable this feature: Cortana using your device's microphone to listen to music and identify it for you.

You can identify songs playing on your computer in this way, just make sure you're not listening to headphones and your device microphone to pick up audio from the speakers.

This should work the same way on Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows phones 10 phones, which include Cortana, too. It should also work with the Cortana app for Android and iOS.

How to Find a Song on Mac Os 


Apple- Siri has not made part of Mac OS X, so you can not use Siri to do it for a Mac-'s how you can use Cortana to do this in Windows 10 PC. However, Shazam has made a free version of its song-identification app available for Mac users. You can download Shazam for Mac from Mac App Store- States.

Interestingly, the program runs automatically in the background, listening to music playing nearby and build up a list of songs you hear playing nearby. You may think, "what those songs were played earlier," and scroll through the list of them if your Mac is applied at the time you were listening to them.

This will also take music to play on your Mac, assuming you play it on your Mac's speakers and the microphone can hear it.


How to Find a Song on  on Any Smartphone, PC, And a Tablet


Midomi.com a web-based tool designed to SoundHound, Shazam is a competitor. This is the closest thing there is to a web-based version of Shazam:

This tool instructs you to "sing or hum" a particular song, but you do not have to do that. To play your computer's microphone to listen to the song, and it will identify the song.

As specified above, it can pick up the audio coming out of your computer's speakers, too. You can use it to identify the song playing on your computer.


Obviously, this trick depends on matching the recorded song recorded song playing on the fingerprint database somewhere. It generally does not work for songs played live. If you can hear some words simply by plugging them into Google- or other search engines often works wonders. Try attaching them to find applications for pages that contain only the concrete expressions. I hope you will, Lyrics to the song pages.

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