How to Use Shazam’s Chrome Extension to Identify Songs on the Web
The ability to recognize details of music playing in your surroundings comes in handy when you can’t remember the artist or the song’s title. With software like Shazam, you don’t need to ask anyone for details about the music you hear on social media, trailers, or any other place.
Read on to learn how the Shazam’s Chrome extension gets the job done in a cinch.
Shazam Google Chrome Extension
The music recognition app is now available for all Chromium browsers meaning that you can use it on Vivaldi, Brave, Edge, and more. You no longer need to rely on iOS apps or Android to identify music.
Instead, the app will scan the music and identify its tracks behind the scenes in your browser.
Identify Songs Using Shazam’s Chrome Extension
Follow the steps below to install and use Shazam’s Chrome extension.
- Open Google Chrome Web Store.
- Go to the Shazam Extension page.
- Click “Add to Chrome.”
- Select “Add Extension” from the pop-up message.
The step above will initiate the installation process, after which you can pin the extension to the toolbar.
Once you’ve successfully installed the extension, you can connect it to Apple Music to find and save any music.
Now let’s get to identifying songs online using Shazam.
- Open the tab playing music on your browser.
- Click Shazam’s icon.
A large Shazam button will pop up to confirm.
- Click on the button to start the music identification process.
- Shazam will save all the identified songs on the “Shazams” section, which you can access by clicking the extension icon.
A drop-down menu will show all your song history with the recently identified song at the top.
Save yourself the time and hassle of having to research music tracks online. Shazam’s Chrome extension is the best solution, especially if you love streaming music on your computer. With the extension, you can identify songs in a TV show or Netflix movie without getting out your phone or headphones.