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Find the Songs You’ve Searched for When Using Google’s Sound Search

| On 16, Jun 2015

Find the Songs You’ve Searched for When Using Google’s Sound Search

If you’ve ever searched for music using Google’s Sound Search widget then you know just how easy it is to find out what song is playing on the radio or in the store. Google has made it extremely easy for its customers to discover new music on the go. All you do is download the widget and then place it on one of your device’s screens. Once you hear a song that you would like Google to identify you simply touch the widget and it’ll start searching for the song. You can also use the Google Now search box to search for a song, as well. Once Google notices that there is music playing in the background a little music sign will show up. When you tap that icon Google will get to work on finding out what song you’re listening to.

Recently, a post on Reddit highlighted how to find those songs that you’ve searched for using the Sound Search widget. If you check out this link it will take you to a page that shows you the songs you’ve searched for before. Some users have reported that the list might be missing some songs and it might have mis-classified some of them. Looking at my list of searched songs, I saw a few that I probably wouldn’t have searched for since I knew what they were. Either way, it’s nice to be able to see those songs all in one place.

If you were interested in using Sound Search be sure to download the widget here. Be sure to check out the music you’ve searched for in the past; it’s a really interesting throwback.

Source: Reddit

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