How To Find A Song Without Knowing The Name Or Lyrics On Your Phone

Finding a certain song that you have always wondered to have on your playlist without knowing the title or lyrics is a bit stressful and hard sometimes, this is a case in which even giant search engines such as Google and others won’t even have an answer to.

But as we have been saying, there are some certain things which technology manages to find a quick solution to. Our priority here today is to find the kind of song you have been looking for without knowing its title, name, or lyrics.

These methods below can help one find a song without knowing the name, lyrics, or title.

How to Use Shazam's Music-Recognition Feature in iOS 14 | PCMag

1. Download Shazam for your mobile device, hold your phone towards the audio source and hit the Tag button to let Shazam identify the playing music. The Shazam app is available on the Google Play Store, Apple Store, and Windows App store. The App helps one to identify up to 5 different songs for just a month. After that, there will be an unlimited version of the app which goes for $4.99 only.

2. For Apple users, one can also find the music without it name or lyrics using the Music ID App from the Apple Store. With this, it’s just like Shazam, one need to hold the iPhone up to that specific music and MusicID will do the necessary work for you by telling you what song you are playing.

Review: MusicID with Lyrics

3. Midomi – If you have a tune that’s stuck in your head, just grab a microphone, hum that tune yourself and Midomi will be able tell you what that song is. Alternatively, you may play a short recording of that “unknown” track for Midomi to identify its name. Unlike Shazam which is a mobile app, Midomi offers a web interface where you can hum or sing for about 10 seconds and the service will then show you a list of matching songs. For best results, keep the volume bar in the green and avoid background noise.

How to Find a Song Without Lyrics: 8 Steps (with Pictures)

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