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Google Allows You Now to Search a Song by Humming, Whistling, or Singing

This feature is available for anyone who's using Google.

If you ever heard a catchy song while you were in the mall, club or any other place and you wanted so hard to get its name now’s your chance to find your favorite songs only by humming, whistling, or singing with the latest feature from Google Assistant.

In most of the situations Shazam worked perfect to identify the song you were looking for but maybe you don’t have access to Shazam in that country or simply you don’t have an internet connection, so in this case, you memorize the song and later on, you can say to Google Assistant ‘What is this song?’ and you start to reproduce the song and Google will show you name of that song.

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