You can now find songs by singing them through the YouTube app

YouTube is releasing a new update that will allow users to search for songs by singing them into their phone.

This feature is similar to the “hum to search” feature that is already available on the Google app and Google Assistant, but it will be integrated directly into the YouTube app. To use the feature, users will simply need to tap on the microphone icon in the YouTube search bar and then sing, hum, or whistle the tune of the song they are looking for. YouTube will then use AI technology to match the tune to the original recording and return a list of results.

This feature is still in beta testing, but it is expected to be rolled out to all Android users in the coming weeks. There is no word yet on when it will be released for iOS.

In other words, YouTube is making it easier for users to find the songs they are looking for, even if they don’t know the name of the song or the artist. All they need to do is sing, hum, or whistle the tune of the song into their phone and YouTube will do the rest. This is a great new feature for music lovers everywhere!


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