How to Use Shazam for Web on Mac or Chromebook Browser

It is frustrating to be on a guessing game when cool music comes up. A great song comes along, and you want to know who sang it or what’s the title. While it became a struggle for most people, there is one solution that’s been around for years now. Shazam it!

Shazam is a music identification (ID) app that lets you discover the details about a particular song. Let’s say you are in a mall and you want to know the title or the singer of the music playing. You take out your phone, tap Shazam. It will listen and search the song details for you. Save it on the app and download the song later when you want to through Spotify or Apple Music.

Use Shazam for Web to Identify Songs and Music from your Browser

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Shazam is bringing its music ID feature to the web with its recent released version. The new feature on Shazam’s web app is only available on Mac and Chromebooks computer. There’s no telling when it will be available on Windows 10. The music ID feature also only works on the three major browsers such as Safari, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome.

With Shazam on your browser, you don’t have to spare your time trying to reach for the app on your phone. Before you know it, the song might have ended without you discovering what it is. Now, all you have to do is click the Shazam button on your browser, and you have the song details in a jiffy.

Head to to try out this new feature now.

The Update also Brings in a Redesigned Shazam App for iPhone

Credit: Shazam

Along with this new awesome feature, Shazam is also giving an updated interface design for its mobile app. Unfortunately, the update is available on the iOS app only which is understandable as Shazam is now part of Apple. With the iOS update, iPhone and iPad users will enjoy a new UI, making it clutter-free and easy to navigate. The ID button will be on a focal point, and you can search for Shazam charts. You will also see changes in the notifications for missed attempts or failed offline song ID.

To access your saved music, all you have to do is swipe up on the screen. You can also connect Shazam to your Apple Music now. It will allow you to sync all your Shazams to the music streaming app.

What do you think of the latest offering from Shazam? Were you one of those who have waited for too long for Shazam’s music ID feature to come to the web? Tell us in the comments below.

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