Now the built-in iPhone Music Recognition feature syncs its history with the Shazam app
You can press and hold the Music Recognition button in the Control Center to view your Shazam’d songs on your device.Another nice addition is that it keeps track of songs identified with the Music Recognition feature across devices sharing the same Apple

You can press and hold the Music Recognition button in the Control Center to view your Shazam’d songs on your device.

Another nice addition is that it keeps track of songs identified with the Music Recognition feature across devices sharing the same Apple ID. Until now, you couldn’t maintain that history across devices unless you downloaded the Shazam app and identified songs there. Another way was to opt in to sync your Shazam and Apple Music app and create a playlist of Shazam’d songs that have been identified over time from numerous devices. But, this could be useful if you’re not looking to download another app and want to see your tracks in one place.

You can check out how to add the Music Recognition feature (without the Shazam app) to your device here. If you’re looking to see the tracks you’ve Shazam’d, you can press and hold the Music Recognition button in the Control Center (once you’ve added it) to see them.

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