Apple announced iOS 15 last year with a boatload of new additions and forward-facing features. Siri was given more liberty to play around offline and with Shazam integration, it has made it easier for users to recognize songs. You might have come across situations when you Shazam-ed a song but then forgot its name. Well, today we will learn how to view your entire Shazam history of recognized songs on your iPhone. Scroll down to read more details on the subject.
How to View All Songs Recognized Through Shazam on Your iPhone - Step by Step Instructions
There is not much that you have to do to view the list of songs that Shazam detected on your iPhone. Moreover, you also do not have to install third-party software to see the list of recognized songs. For your ease, we will guide you step by step on how to view your entire Shazam songs history on your iPhone. Simply, follow the steps carefully.
Step 1: The first thing that you have to do is launch the Control Center on your iPhone.
(On iPhone models with Face ID, you can access Control Center by swiping down from the top right portion of the screen. On iPhone models with Touch ID, simply swipe up from the bottom of the screen.)
Step 2: In the Control Center, simply tap and hold the Shazam button.
Step 3: This is it. You will be presented with a list of songs that you have asked Shazam to detect.
If you do not find a Shazam button in the Control Center. Simply head over to Settings > Control Center. In the Control Center options, simply locate the Shazam Music Recognition option and tap the '+' button situated next to it. You will see that the button has relocated itself to the top with a '-' sign next to it. This is all that you have to do to enable the Shazam button in the Control Center.
The entire process is quite simple and only requires a few taps. You can now view the list of songs that you have recognized through Shazam. Whenever you search for a song name through Shazam, the list will grow. You can tap on the song name and it will redirect you to the Shazam page in Safari on your iPhone.
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