Shazam App Gets Faster Startup, Faster Song Recognition

Posted August 16, 2012 at 6:12pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 10978 views

Shazam has improved its iOS app with faster startup times and faster recognition rates.

Lightning fast tagging. Now discover, explore and share more music, TV shows and brands you love in as little as one second. With unlimited tagging use Shazam as much as you want, and experience more of what you like, faster. Download and experience the 9th most downloaded app of all time.

Features:
○ Use Shazam during American Idol to get the song lists, buy the music & more (US only)
○ Save & listen again (30 sec preview)
○ Buy tracks easily on iTunes & find more by tagged artists
○ When you see the Shazam prompt on TV, tag for extra content
○ Watch music videos & concerts from YouTube
○ Share on Facebook, Twitter & email
○ See streaming lyrics in time to the music
○ Discover new music in Shazam Friends & Charts
○ See when an artist is touring
○ Store tags and submit when you next have a signal

What's New In This Version:
○ Improved recognition rate
○ Faster application startup time

New:
○ Invite Friends – now there's an easy way to invite friends to share their discoveries

Numerous bug fixes, including:
○ Crash fixes (including an occasional crash while tagging)
○ Fixed an audio capture issue that would sometimes cause repeated 'No Match' results until the app was restarted
○ Improved messaging around tagging issues (We hear you - it's not always a Connection Issue!)

You can download Shazam from the App Store for free.

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