When you're not grooving out to your iPod or listening to your Pandora playlist, you're probably looking for new music like us.
If that's the case, you're most likely one of the more than 180 million people who use Shazam, the mobile app that allows users to recognize any song by simply listening to it.
The free London-based app has been around since 2002, allowing 200 countries to identify music, buy it, view lyrics and more.
Shazam can be a valuable tool when you’re sitting in a bar and desperate to identify the music playing in the background. If you’ve been wondering how many other people do the same, this figure should put it in perspective: the plat... Read Post
Shazam, the mobile music discovery service, is adding integration with music streaming service Spotify, a feature request that I'm sure has been rampant among hardcore users. Users of Shazam's free and premium apps for iPhone, iPod ... Read Post