One of the new features that Google is testing out specifically on Android devices is the ability to hum a song and YouTube will find it for you.
The feature, which is only available to a small group of Android users, is similar to Google’s hum-to-search feature launched last year. However, YouTube’s feature only requires users to hum, sing or record a song for three or more seconds, while Google’s feature requires 10-15 seconds.
Users with access to the feature can switch from YouTube voice search to the new song search feature and hum, sing or record a song. YouTube will then identify the song and show relevant YouTube videos that contain the song, such as the official music video, user-generated content or Shorts.
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Hum a Song and YouTube will Find it for You: How does it work?
It can successfully match what you’re humming or singing by utilizing machine learning models. Google’s hum-to-search feature uses the same technology.
YouTube’s new feature could be useful for many users who want to look up songs on YouTube, which is a popular destination for music discovery.
Is this a feature that you’re willing to try? Do you think you will be using it often once it’s implemented?