10 web and mobile applications to track Songs

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In the past decade technology has completely changed our lives and you don't need to look any further than the music industry to see how technology has changed and shaped the way we listen, share and experience music. , bands and artists. Before the days of smartphones, it was almost impossible to find a song without knowing the name of the song or the artist. This would probably require you to write a few words of Google and before computers; you would probably never hear this song again in your life.

These days, an abundance of apps can help you find any pitch that hovers in your ear. Audio recognition apps help you identify songs, TV shows, music and movies playing around you. They also allow you to share your favorite music with your friends. If you ever find yourself in the situation asking yourself, what is this song? I don't remember the lyrics, the apps listed below will help you.

Below are the top 10 mobile and web apps/software that could help you find unknown music or songs:

1. Shazam (Free up to a limit)

Shazam probably needs little introduction, this app is the undisputed king among audio recognition apps. In a nutshell, it holds a huge record and identifies almost any song—it could be on TV, radio, in a store, anywhere—and gives you the song name and artist. It then connects you through Amazon, YouTube, Rdio, Spotify and iTunes to buy or listen to the songs. Shazam also shows the artist's biography and discography.  The free version offers you limited functionality of recording and identifying 5 songs per month compared to the full $4,99 per month version. It can be downloaded to your BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Android and Nokia phones. It also saves your tag if you have no internet connection while recording the song on Shazam, and identifies as soon as your phone has internet access.

Download:  Google Play  |  App Store  | Mac | Windows Phone |PC Windows Bureau

2. SoundHound (gratuit)

Another great app for the iPhone and Android, SoundHound usually comes activated already on newer phones. If you have a song that's stuck in your brain you keep humming it but can't find the name of the song because the lyrics are a bit fuzzy. You can hum the melody, sing a few words you can't remember, and the app will identify the song for you in an instant.you can share your results on facebook and twitter and other social media apps accordingly and save your tags for future.

The SoundHound is similar to Shazam, however, compared SoundHound Vs Shazam, Some people find SoundHound to be more accurate and faster in results compared to Shazam. However, your snore or lyrics must be accurate for Sound Hound to display the result. Once you tag a song, the app provides you with the song's lyrics, giving you a more karaoke feel, so you sing along with the song, while displaying the artist's album.

Download:  Google Play  |  App Store  | Windows 8 Téléphone  |BlackBerry

3. Hound (gratuit)

The Dog, is a more subtle version of Soundcloud, it's a music search tool that skips the part where you type, or tap, instead gives you information in the hugely popular "Siri Style".

Hound gives you the opportunity to say the name of the song you are looking for, or the name of the artist and instantly the app gives you their biographies, top songs, tour dates, etc. The app will also show their Facebook updates, latest tweets and any major social media activity, also show you similar artists so you can discover more songs to your liking.

Download:  Google Play |  App Store

4. musixmatch (free)

MusiXmatch is the go to app for lyrics recognition, with such a huge database, you can find exactly what song you're looking for, just by typing in the lyrics. The app lets you tag and save lyrics, browse them offline, and share them with your friends.

The app not only lets you find the names of the songs but also lets you sing your favorite songs by providing lyrics while listening to the songs as the app is compatible with almost all third party players.

Download:  Google Play  |  App Store  | Windows Phone  | PC Windows

5. Spotsearch (Free)

Spotsearch is deeply embedded with Spotify, the most popular online music app, hence the name. The app links your search result directly to Spotify so you can listen to the song there and then.

Spotsearch lets you type in lyrics so it can identify the song you're looking for. However, if you have the regular Spotify as opposed to the Spotify Premium, the app will link you to the YouTube version of the song.

Download:  Google Play  |  App Store

6. WatZatSong

One of the most creative application that helps you when computer doesn't recognize your request, using WatZatSong you can simply request another person to provide you the result. that the song ' a site, where you have the chance to download an mp3 file of the song, be it a loosely recorded mp3 or a well recorded song. Members on this site then suggest the name of the song, and the questions are practically answered.

The members of the site can be given more details about the posted song by giving more important details, like the language in which the song is sung, the music genre, the year it was released, etc. WatZatSong allows you to cross post your request on other media, such as Twitter, Facebook, so more people can be engaged to respond.

Visit the website:  WatZatSong

7 Midomi

Midomi is a very well organized site with a unique search engine that can listen to the song/tune from any source (you or speakers) and suggest the name of that song to you. Midomi develops the most comprehensive database of searchable music thanks to its huge group of music lovers and contributors.

Midomi lets you search for the song by singing, humming, or even whistling the music and connect with a community that shares your musical interests. Hooked your microphone to your computer and click on the icon that says "Click and Sing or Hum" and give your best shot at humming or singing the melody of the song. When you are done, click "Done", Midomi will come up with the song suggestion list.

It's amazing!

Visit the website:  Midomi

8. Musipedia

As the name of the site indicates that it is a melody search engine . Musipedia gives you the best search results to find your favorite song, even if you can't place it by name. The online features available on the website to find the song like; using your mouse to draw notes, whistling a tune into the mic; using the keyboard to type in the beat of the song, or just use the old text search.

The huge collection of melodies, songs and musical themes are editable for contributors who help the site build up the base.

Visit the website:  Musipedia

9. Tunatic

Rather than a web-based service Tunatic is a free downloadable software for PC and Mac which needs an internet connection to access the database to find the song . With a simple interface, thumbnail size; just click and use your microphone with the song you want to be identified. Tunatic shows interesting results in seconds, as well as details about artists that aren't quite right.

Despite this, it's worth mentioning that you can read more about the song on top of a Tunatic result which opens a web page with links to buy the track.

Visit the website:  Tunatic

10. FolkTuneFinder

FolkTuneFinder is the best popular tunes search engine where you can search for songs and discover new favorites. The site features collections of thousands of tracks from across the web. You will find tunes by the title or a piece of the melody. It's easy to navigate, and has a player that's easy to learn by ear or listen to by how the melody sounds.

It helps exceptionally well, whether you can or cannot read sheet music.

Visit the website:  F olkTuneFinder

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