How to make iPhone detect what song is playing without external apps

It is common to hear a song on the street with a catchy rhythm and lyrics that you would like to know the name of so you can also enjoy it on your playlist. The usual thing is to resort to a third-party application so that it recognizes the melody and you immediately have the information you were looking for. Of course, there are many apps that can help you with this, and the most popular are SoundHound and Shazam. What’s more, Apple took over the latter and included it in iOS.

Thanks to that, all users who have an iPhone, do not have to resort to downloading additional software in order to use Shazam. Here we show you the way in which you will be able to find music without having to install another app on your iPhone phone.

Identify music on iPhone with Control Center

On iOS you can add a button in the Control Center so you can find the music that is playing near you. This is a very easy feature to use, and you only need to set it up once. Next, we leave you with the steps you must follow:

  • Go into Settings.
  • Click on the Control Center.
  • Scroll down and tap on + and Music Recognition.
  • This done, the switcher will be added to the Control Center of your iPhone.
  • Tap on it to analyze the music playing near you.
  • If it identifies it, you will see a notification appear with the name of the song.
  • Long-pressing said notification will bring up an Apple Music link to the song.
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Now, if you press and hold the music recognition button you have in Control Center, a history of all the songs it has identified before will appear. And if you also have iCloud sync, this history will also be seen on your other iDevices.

Using Siri


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In case you don’t want to add this button to the Control Center, don’t worry, then you have the option to resort to Siri. And it is that this also has the ability to recognize music, and for this, we leave you the following steps:

  • Press and hold the side button to activate Siri or say Hey Siri.
  • Now ask the question: What is this song?, and wait for him to identify what it is.
  • If it finds the song, it will show you its name and a link to its Apple Music playlist.

Being able to identify music without the need to install any apps on an iPhone makes for an uncomplicated experience. You can also use this feature if you are low on storage and don’t have enough space to install an app like Shazam. Also, thanks to the history function in the music recognition button, you can keep track of previously identified songs and access them with ease.

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