Shazam beta now available on the web alongside new Shazam app update

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Apple's Shazam gets a UI overhaul in its newest update, making it even easier for users to identify their favorite songs with just the tap of a button.

Music lovers can now take advantage of the latest Shazam update, which offers not only a UI overhaul but adds improved syncing and notifications for missed and offline Shazams.

The Shazam 14.2 release notes read as follows:

  • Swipe up on home to access your past Shazams
  • Get notified when we find your missed or offline Shazams
  • See what's trending with Charts. Now available in Search
  • For Apple Music: We'll now sync more of your past Shazams
  • For Apple Music: If you delete a song in Apple Music, it won't be added back again
  • For Spotify: We'll now find and sync more of your new Shazams
  • For Spotify: If you lose connection, we'll try to sync again on your next Shazam

Shazam, which was acquired by Apple in 2018, has launched a new online beta version, too. Heading to shazam.com allows users to utilize their system microphone to identify music playing near them.

Apple recently activated a promotion that nets new Apple Music users a free five-month trial to the service, with the offer available through the company's Shazam music identification app.