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27 May, 2024
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The YouTube Music app for Android is rolling out a new feature that allows users to search for songs by humming, whistling, singing, or playing a recording.

This new function serves as an effective alternative to Shazam, making it easier for users to identify songs by sound.

To use the feature, tap the search button in the upper right corner of the app, where a new waveform icon will appear next to the microphone icon. Tapping this icon activates the app's listening mode, which can quickly and accurately identify songs, even from hummed or whistled melodies. Initial tests show it performs faster than a similar feature available in Google Assistant.

Though currently rolling out on Android, this feature has also been spotted in recent months on the iOS version of YouTube Music.