Shazam, the fourth-most popular iOS app of all time, announced today that fans have used their service to identify songs and interact more with TV shows and ads over five billion times. Marking the five billionth tag was P!nk’s new song “Blow Me One Last Kiss”. While Shazam’s roots are in music identification, the company has made significant strides in television and advertisements – undoubtedly accelerating their growth in the media engagement category.
Limili is a new mobile app that identifies any song that's playing around you, almost exactly like Shazam. Limili does something that Shazam doesn't, though: it finds the song on your streaming music services, including Grooveshark,... Read Post
Shazam, the company behind the popular music discovery service of the same name, has today announced it has removed tagging limitations on music tracks, television shows and commercials for its iOS apps,... Read Post