The new version of Shazam has a feature that will probably appeal to smartwatch people. You can now use your Android Wear watch to identify songs and see lyrics without ever touching your phone. In fact, you only have to touch the watch twice (or zero times) to get it done.
The feature comes with an update to the Shazam Android app, which also integrates more deeply with Google's voice commands. You can now launch the app on your phone by saying, "Shazam this song" or "OK Google, launch Shazam."
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Shazam will use your watch's built-in mic to listen to the track, then display all necessary information right there on your wrist.
Besides recognizing a song, Shazam will also offer lyrics to users and they will see the results by simply swiping right.
Shazam a song from Android Wear and it will be added to your My Shazam list. In order to get the latest features, users will have to update the latest Shazam app.
Earlier this month, Shazam and Google teamed up to launch the former app directly from search results thereby offering hands free music. The phone app also has a few minor visual tweaks.