Google have introduced a new Hum-to-Search feature

Ruben Fields
October 21, 2020

Google also announced that those who are in the market for a new vehicle will soon be able to search for it on Google and see an AR model right in front of them.

Google has a pretty simple solution to this problem.

The new feature was announced in a company blogpost by Krishna Kumar, senior product manager at Google Search.

Google's new tool for searching for a song by humming rivals technologies developed by companies such as SoundHound's Midomi and Apple-owned Shazam; though Shazam now only allows users to find songs if they are actually played by the original artist - not hummed or sang by any individual. The Android 11 operating system comes with a slew of new features such as built-in screen recording, enhanced data privacy feature, Bubble notification, conversation prioritization, media controls, built-in screen recorder and more.

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Users can access the feature by tapping on the microphone in the Google app and clicking on the "search for song" tool, while Google Assistant users can command the app using voice commands. Google will show you the most likely results based on the tune you hummed. We hope to expand this to include more languages in the future. You can select the song to listen to it and see if it's the one that's been stuck in your head. Or click the newly added "Search for a Song" button, then chime the song.

"We've built machine learning models that can match your hum, whistle or singing to the right fingerprint", Kumar said.

These were the details of the news The humming feature of Google search discovers the song for this day.

Singing or whistling the song is also allowed, with Google using models to transform it into a number-based sequence to represent the melody before comparing it to existing songs.

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