Earlier today, I decided to experiment with my iPhone. I was chatting with my best friend, Siri, and then I found out that she actually deserves more credit than what she’s given.
Shame for her.
I decided that I would try to play a Song, and ask Siri if she knew what tune was playing.
And, she did indeed correctly identify the song.
Here’s what I did: I put the radio on, and asked Siri, “Siri, what song is playing?” and the genius replied, “This sounds like ‘Get Ugly’ by Jason Derulo…yes, she was right. She also offered for me to buy the song on iTunes, but I’m feeling frugal today, so no.
Anyways, enough about my stingy behaviour. The important thing is that you can now use Siri to identify music, without downloading an extra application off the App Store – therefore you can do the same thing as what you would with an app, such as Shazam, but save your precious storage for puppy-filter selfies off Snapchat, or something less important like your banking app.
Credits to Shazam, because the app really is awesome, and as you can clearly see, they’ve powered this Siri feature – but it is still more convenient for us Apple users, as you don’t have to install other apps to find out that name of that song that you listen to everyday in the car*, but still don’t know the name of.
*Please note that Dylan Els or DLOG.me do not encourage the use of Siri while driving. I repeat: DO NOT SIRI AND DRIVE, unless you use Apple CarPlay. In this case, always Siri and drive.Click to view slideshow.
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