If you are using Shazam on your Android device, you can rest assured that you will always find the song playing, and you don’t know its name or who performs it. This app is one of the favorites for many music lovers. Over the years, the app has improved a lot, and now it has some pretty cool features that you can enable. One of them is Auto-Shazam. Once enabled, it allows you to identify the songs in the background, and the only thing you need to do to make that happen is to press and hold the Shazam button on Home. Cool, isn’t it? So, if you want to turn this feature on, keep reading. In this article, we are going to share a quick and simple guide with all the steps. Here is how to enable “Auto Shazam” on Android.
How to enable “Auto Shazam” on Android
As we mentioned, Shazam improved a lot over the years. But to always have the latest features and options, you need to make sure you have the newest version of the app. So head over to Play Store, and if there is an update, make sure to download and install it.
Now, let’s see how to enable “Auto Shazam”:
- Open Shazam on your Android smartphone or tablet
- Tap the Library button
- Now tap on the gear icon in the top-left corner of the screen
- Among the options, find “Auto Shazam.” You will see it is turned off by default.
- Tap on the switch next to the option to enable it.
You have successfully enabled this feature on your Android. Whenever you want to start Auto Shazam on your Android device, hold the Shazam button on Home.