Have a song that you don’t know the lyrics for or the name of the song? Now you can search songs on Google by humming and whistling.
With Google’s latest feature, from today, users can hum, sing a melody, or whistle to search for the name of the song. If you’re on your smartphone, simply get the latest Google App and go to the search widget and then tap the mic and say “What’s this song?” then hum for 10 to 15 seconds.
How to Search Songs On Google By Humming or Whistling
Get the latest Google App
Find Google Search Widget
Tap Mic icon
Say “What’s this song?“
Hum your tune for 10-15 seconds
If you’re on Google Assistant Device;
Just say “Hey Google, What’s this song?” then hum, sing your melody or whistle your tune. It is currently supporting 20 languages songs for Android while on iOS it is only supporting English songs only.
This feature is built on the structure of our AI research team’s music recognition technology. We (Google) have launched “Now Playing” on the Google Pixel 2 back in 2017. We use deep neural networks to bring low-power music recognition to mobile devices.
Google is using machine learning models real-time to detect the songs when your sing, whistle and hum.