Apple and Shazam are about to be best friends. Apple just bought the popular music app and is upgrading it in a big way. Commercial free. Users will soon enjoy Shazam without any annoying ads. Game changer. The two seem like a match made in heaven with their apparent strengths. Shazam can identify music and Apple can stream it. They are the perfect couple. Apple dropped $400 million for Shazam and shares how much they love the application.
“With pioneering innovation in music identification, Shazam helps people discover, interact with and share video, audio or printed content across devices and mediums — and allows music fans to follow their favorite artists and share in the thrill of discovery.”
We couldn't agree more. We are excited about this new Shazam and Apple relationship.
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