Setup and Use Shazam to get Song Titles for iPhone 6
Edited by Grimm, Courtney, Eng
You are watching VisiHow. In today's tutorial, we are going to show you how to set up Shazam for the iPhone 6.
To get started, give a single press to the Home button located at the bottom center of the phone.
This will take us to the Lock screen.
Now, we can now swipe across the screen to access the Passcode section, and enter a passcode.
Alternatively, we can press and hold a finger on the Home button to access the phone via Touch ID.
Now, we are looking for the Shazam icon.
The Shazam icon is a blue box with a cloudy background. There will be two "You" connected to form an "S" in white inside of this box.
Let's give the Shazam icon a single press.
This will open up Shazam.
The first thing we are going to need to do is allow a Microphone check on Shazam.
This is an essential part of the application, so let's tap on "OK".
Now, we will be told that ""Shazam" Would Like to Access the Microphone".
We can select "Don't Allow" or "OK". Shazam needs the microphone to be able to recognize music, television shows, or other audio around us, so let's tap on "OK".
Now, when we are ready to use Shazam we just give the Shazam icon a single tap.
The icon will have the words "Touch to Shazam" underneath of it. We can see there is also on an update at the top on how to use Shazam with a barcode or QR code scanner. However, that is not the focus of this tutorial.
Before we can "Touch to Shazam", as it says on the screen, we need some music for it to recognize.
For this demonstration, we are going to start playing a song. Bonus points to those of you who let us know in the comments what this song is before Shazam does. Once the song starts playing, we will press the "Touch to Shazam" icon.
Shazam will now begin listening to the song we are playing.
As we can see, Shazam has discovered the song, "Sweater Weather" by The Neighborhood. That is how easy it is to use Shazam to check out a song. We simply play the song, tap the Shazam button, and off we go.
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It is not that expensive. We have a tutorial on how to do that, so make sure to check it out.
This concludes our tutorial on how to get started with Shazam.
You've been watching VisiHow, and I hope that you have enjoyed this video and had as much fun watching it as I had making it. Let me know your comments and suggestions in the section below, if you have any. If not, I'll just be busily Shazaming. Have a great day, and remember, Shazam!
Video: Setup and Use Shazam to get Song Titles for iPhone 6
Recent edits by: Courtney, Grimm