How You Can Use Shazam On Snapchat
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Shazam, a mobile app that recognizes music played and lists the song once it finds it, is now integrated into the Snapchat app.
This is a hidden feature that not many people know about but is oh so useful. Therefore, in this article, I’ll be telling you more about the feature and how you can use it.
The feature is both available on Android and iPhone.
Shazam, which is one of the world’s most popular apps, has now partnered with Snapchat to bring Snapchat users directly to their service without having to hop between the apps.
The Snapchat app will listen to the nearby audio, and then let you send the recognized song as a snap to friends. You can send it to 16 friends at a time.
1. Make sure you’ve updated your Snapchat app to the latest version.
2. Once the app is updated, launch your Snapchat app and go to the main screen – which is the camera screen.
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3. Tap and hold on the screen when inside the camera interface to start Shazaming (searching for the song that is playing).
4. You’ll then see the following symbol which means that Shazam is trying to find the song that is playing:
5. If and when Shazam recognizes the song, it will appear as a pop-up in the following way:
This pop-up will let you know what song is playing and who has made it.
If the information displayed is not correct, tap “Dismiss” to cancel and you can then try again by repeating the steps above. If the audio is bad, Shazam might not be able to recognize the song.
When the feature has found the song that was playing, you’ll have access to a ton of information.
Tap “Song info” and you’ll get redirected to a new Shazam page with the name of the song and the artist. From here, you can slide up on the screen to listen to the song, find lyrics (if available), watch videos of the song, see recommended songs based on the find and listen to the song on Spotify or Apple music (if you’re an iPhone user).
6. You can also send the find to your Snapchat friends and post it to your Story. If you decide to send it to your friends, it will appear in your chat and they’ll be redirected to the same screen as above (but with a different song of course).
Bonus: You can also tap the symbol in the top right corner (as seen below) to get access to more choices such as emailing the song, messaging it and putting it in your notes.
Songs that you’ve Shazamed appear in Snapchat’s Settings.
To see your Shazamed songs, go to settings, find “Shazam” and tap it. Here you’ll find a full list of all your Shazamed songs.
Listen to your Shazams
After you've identified a song, tap the play button next to a Shazam to listen to a preview. To listen to the whole song, connect Shazam to Apple Music or another music streaming service that Shazam supports.
Tap the Apple Music button near a Shazam to listen to that song in Apple Music. If you’re an Apple Music subscriber, songs that you've Shazamed can be added automatically to a playlist called My Shazam Tracks in the Music app. On iPhone or iPad, swipe up to My Music from the main Shazam screen, tap the Settings button , and then turn on “Sync Shazams to Apple Music”.
You can also add a Shazam to another Apple Music playlist without leaving the Shazam app. Just tap 'Add To' next to a Shazam, and then tap the playlist. If you’re not already a subscriber, find out how to join Apple Music.
If you can’t add songs to a playlist, make sure you sync your music library with Apple Music.
If you have the Spotify app on your device, you can connect Shazam to your Spotify account:
- On iPhone or iPad, swipe up to My Music from the main Shazam screen. On Android, swipe left to the Library from the main Shazam screen.
- Tap the Settings button , then tap Connect next to Spotify.
- Tap Agree in Spotify. To sync your Shazams to a 'My Shazam Tracks' playlist in Spotify automatically, tap OK.
Once you’ve connected Shazam to your Spotify account, you can listen to your Shazams:
- To listen to the whole song in Spotify, tap Spotify next to a Shazam.
- Listen to Shazams in the My Shazam Tracks playlist in the Spotify app.
If you chose not to sync your Shazams to Spotify initially, you can choose to at any time in Shazam Settings.
If the Deezer app is on your device, you can also open songs with your Deezer account. Tap the More button next to a Shazam and choose Open in Deezer.
To listen to a Shazam in YouTube Music on your Android device, tap the More button next to a Shazam, then choose Open in YouTube Music.
YouTube Music is not available in Shazam on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Use Shazam in Snapchat
Shazam is built in to Snapchat – you don’t need the Shazam app or a Shazam account to use Shazam with Snapchat.
- To identify a song with Shazam in Snapchat, open the camera screen, then press and hold on this screen to Shazam a song. You can send your new music discovery as a Snap.
- To see your previous Shazams in Snapchat, go to the Snapchat Settings screen and tap on Shazam under Additional Services.
Snapchat Shazam Feature
- Find out more about Shazam's Terms & Conditions
- Find out more about Shazam and privacy