How to automatically add Shazam-recognized tracks to Apple Music or Spotify on iPhone

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I often recognize tracks through Shazam, but then I have to add them one by one to my Apple Music library. Can I set it to automatically add recognized music?

We already talked about how to quickly view the history of recognized tracks in Shazam, but this trick only works with songs that are recognized through the button from the iPhone Control Center.

When you try to recognize songs with your voice assistant or through the Shazm app , they will be saved to a separate history.

Where to view the full Shazam track recognition history

Cupertino integrated Shazam into iOS in a rather strange way, the feature can work at the system level, through Siri or the application. All these are different mechanisms of work with their own characteristics and separate history.

No matter how strange it may sound, the full history of recognized tracks through a voice assistant or application can be found in the iTunes utility .

1. Download the iTunes app on your iPhone or iPad.

2. Open the program on the Music tab and click the button in the upper right corner.

3. Press More and select Siri .

Now you can view here the entire history of recognized tracks through the voice assistant.

How to Automatically Add Recognized Shazam Tracks to Apple Music or Spotify

In order not to manually add each track after recognition, you can set up an automatically synchronized playlist.

► Install the Shazam app from the App Store .

► Launch the program and go to settings.

► Activate the Sync Shazam with Apple Music option .

Synchronization with Spotify is set up in a similar way. After turning on one of the switches in the specified service, a dynamically updated playlist will appear. All tracks recognized through the application or voice assistant will go there.

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