Steps To Get/Enable the Pixel 2’s ‘Now Playing’ Feature On Any Android: Got a Geek Friend of yours trying to impress a girl at a Party By Constantly giving spoilers about the song playing, surely he would have a great collection of songs or maybe he is a bit more smarter than other cool guys at the Party.No Problem, as always we got you covered, now it’s your chance to impress that girl with your Android Device.
Google Pixel 2 / Pixel 2 XL ‘Now Playing’ Feature
Google Pixel 2 has got the ‘Now Playing’ feature, With this feature, the new Pixels will automatically identify the name of songs whenever music is playing around you. The song name shows up on your lock screen, and with a quick tap, you can learn more about the artist, purchase the song, or play the track on your favourite music streaming service.
Steps To Get the Pixel 2’s ‘Now Playing’ Feature On Any Android With Shazam
Shazam, a very cleverly designed app by Shazam Entertainment Limited. The Best way right now to get the Pixel 2’s “Now Playing” Functionality is to install the Shazam app.
- Once installed, open Shazam and run through the setup process. In the middle of your display will be a massive button of the Shazam logo. Long-press the button and a popup will emerge asking if you wish to turn on Auto Shazam. Tap “Turn On” here, then Shazam will ask permission to record audio, so choose “Allow.”
- Now that Auto Shazam is enabled, anytime Shazam hears music, it will identify the song and notify you when it gets a match. It may take a moment, but it’s amazingly accurate when it comes to finding any song playing. This even works when your screen is off (just like the Pixel 2), but it’s more consistent with the screen on and unlocked.
- To see the name of any song, just tap the Shazam found notification and you’ll be taken to a page with more details. If you wish, you can create an account with Shazam (which just requires an email address) to save your list so that always have access to it. This provides an easy way to stream or purchase the songs Shazam has identified.