SoundHound is a music search and discovery app that listens to what is being played around you. Tap the orange button to instantly identify songs and see lyrics, share, stream, buy or simply explore more about artists you know and love or have just discovered.
SoundHound vs Shazam opinions
Musixmatch is the world’s largest collection of song lyrics used by millions of people to get instant synchronised lyrics for Youtube, Spotify, Pandora and more. You can also now use it to get song translations on the go.
Musixmatch vs Shazam opinions
Musixmatch gives lyrics while Shazam identifies songs
It doesn't identify the song by listening to it.
I doesn't do what shazam does obviously
Doesn't recognise music by listening to it on Windows, I think
Beatfind can visualize and recognize songs that are playing around you. For a better party experience press the lightning button and prepare for a flashing strobe light effect in sync with the beats of music.
Hold MusicID up to music and it'll tell you the name of the song in seconds. MusicID is the slickest way to identify any song you hear on the radio, at the movies, at the club, at the grocery store, or anywhere.
ACRCloud provides best audio fingerprinting cloud services with its 40m music database for audio recognition, query by humming, broadcast monitoring ( music / ads ) , live TV channel detection, copyright detection and customised content recognition.
ACRCloud vs Shazam opinions
ACRCloud provide app developers the ability to build Shazam-like functionality into their apps and services - ACRCloud doesn't provide their own standalone music identification app itself.
Shazam is a standalone app that identifies songs playing using microphone.
ACRCloud provides the best audio fingerprinting service for companies and developers to build Shazam-like apps. It has 40 million music databases to ensure the recognition rate and a super fast response time to get excellent user experience.
“What's this song?”
Sound Search for Google Play is a widget that can help you recognize music and songs playing around you. Sound Search for Google Play is available in the United States on devices running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and higher.
Use Sound Search for G.