Shazam is one of the most popular song recognition apps out there. It is great at telling you which song is playing at the mall, bar, or anywhere where it may be complicated to get the title. Sometimes there’s just not enough time to pull out your phone and trigger the app, though.
It has been some time since Shazam released auto tagging, more popularly known as Auto Shazam. This features allows the application to always be listening to your surroundings, allowing you to come back to the app and see a list of the songs you heard throughout the day.
While this feature is not exclusive to Qualcomm chips, these processor are optimized for a plethora of functions. Qualcomm thought it would be a great idea to demo this feature at their yearly developer conference, Uplinq.
We were there to check it all out. It was a bit humorous to see that the feature didn’t work perfectly during the demo, but many of us can attest to Shazam’s ability to do this. This was probably a glitch and we are sure any a Snapdragon processor can handle this.