What is the app to recognize songs? You hear an awesome song somewhere & want to know what song is this. Well, this is an incident that has happened with almost every one of us. Nowadays, we have Apps made to do the exact same thing, i.e., identify the song that’s currently playing around us. Now, if you go to the Google Play Store, you will find a ton of Song Finder Apps, but which is the best Song Identifier App?
Well, in this article, we listed out some of the best Music Recognition apps for Android that you can use to identify the song currently playing around you. Like always, this list isn’t in any particular order, so the App on the first place doesn’t necessarily mean it is the best song identifier app. Same for the app that comes at the end of the list.
BEST SONG FINDER APPS FOR ANDROID
You know it was coming. Well, Shazam should be your very first choice for an App to identify music tracks. With over 100 Million downloads & reviewed by over 3 Million users on the Google Play Store, this app does the job pretty well. All you need to do is open Shazam and then tap on the button that says “Touch to Shazam”. In a few seconds, it will identify which song is playing around you and show you the name.
Moreover, there is also a “Lite” version of the app that does just the identification of the songs & it’s a very small app with no extra functionalities like the regular Shazam app.
Some of the best features of Shazam include –
- Identify music with one tap
- Sing along to songs with music lyrics, or watch their videos
- Preview songs and add them to Spotify playlists
- Shazam Offline: Identify music even when you’re not connected!
- Check out the recommended tracks to find new music
- Stay in the loop with Shazam’s real-time charts
- Log in to sync all your Shazams across all devices
- Quick links to Apple Music
Apart from recognising songs playing around you, this is an app that identifies songs by humming. So, this makes it a pretty unique app as this is a feature that not even Shazam has. Just like Shazam, you can tap on a button & it will identify and tell you which song is playing around you. If you are lazy like me, say “OK Hound… what’s that song?” & SoundHound App will identify the song for you. Pretty cool, right?
If you want to know How do you identify a song by singing it?, well, you just knew it.
Since this app can recognise songs by humming, you can use this feature if you don’t remember the lyrics of the song that you just heard.
With over 300 Million downloads globally & rated by over 7 Million users, this is a superb Song Identifier App that you should try.
Musixmatch is actually a Music Player app that does a lot of unique things like getting lyrics of the song that you are currently playing, floating lyrics widget, Share your favourite song lyrics with LyricsCard feature, Preview songs or watch their Youtube videos, Collect your identified songs in a Spotify playlist & also Identify a song & get its lyrics.
Since it is not just a Music Identifier App, you have to first find the option that says “Identify Lyrics”. You will find it in the side menu by tapping on the hamburger icon. Tap on it, let it listen to the song playing around you and in a few seconds, it will show the track name along with the lyrics.
One thing that you will definitely like about this app is the User Interface. It’s super clean & minimal. Definitely, a great Music Finder & Song Identifier App to try.
Oh Boy, the Animations of this app are sick AF! This is one of the best-looking apps for Music Recognition & comes with a lot of amazing animations while the song is being identified. It can recognise the songs that are playing around you and can visualise them. The light effects, along with the beats of the music, look super cool.
Some of the features of Beatfind app include –
- Visualizer gets sound data from the microphone and synchronises with music.
- Strobe light effect using device flash in sync with music beats.
- Music recognition mode where you can search and identify the song you like (Powered by ACRCloud).
- History list of recognised songs.
- The identified song can be previewed.
- Listen to recognised songs on streaming services like Spotify, Deezer and Youtube.
This is an app similar to the MusixMatch app. It is based on the Lyrics mainly & it offers the feature to identify the song playing around you & show its lyrics. It is one of the biggest collection of Song lyrics that make it an app worth trying. You can simply hold your phone up to the music, tap the soundwave button (powered by ACRCloud), and bam, the annotated lyrics appear.
The app has over 5 Million installs on the Google Play Store and is rated by over 50K users.
One unique thing about this app is that you can get facts behind the lyrics of the song, right from the artists themselves. You might have seen this in Spotify since the company integrated Genius in the app that lets you see the story behind the lyrics of a song.
USE THE VIRTUAL ASSISTANT
Can Google identify songs? Yes, it absolutely can! Well, do you know that there is no need to download and install a Song Identifier app as you have something on your phone all the time using which you can Identify songs? It’s the Virtual Assistant. No matter if you have Google Assistant or Siri on your phone, say “What Song is this” or “What song is playing right now” and it will try to listen to the song & then tell you the name of it if it can. Same is the case for Cortana, and you can use it to do the same thing.
Well, these were some of the Best Music Identifier Apps for Android that you can use to Identify music. There are some other methods as well, like using websites online, but in this article, we mainly focused only on the Song Finder Apps. Which is your favourite Song Identifier App? Do let us know via the comments section below. Also, if we missed any Song Identifier App that you think should’ve made it to the list, let us know.
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