Apple adds in-app music recognition to iOS 14.2

Apple has added a way to recognize music in the iOS 14.2 developer beta. With a toggle in the Control Panel, the software can be called, while it can now also recognize music that can only be heard in an app or can only be listened to on earpieces.

Apple has added a way to recognize music in the iOS 14.2 developer bèta. With a toggle in the Control Panel, the software can be called, while it can now also recognize music that can only be heard in an app or can only be listened to on earpieces.

Throut that way, it would no longer be necessary to ask Siri to recognize a song, reports The Verge. What’s more, it can now also recognize which songs the phone plays in apps, rather than just music around the phone. The feature is made possible by the acquisition of Shazam, now two years ago. As a result, the software fell into the hands of the iPhone maker. The icon in Control Panel is that of Shazam.

The feature is currently only in the developer bèta of iOS 14.2, a version that doesn’t seem to be coming out anytime soon. Ios 14.0 just came out this week.

A disturbing bug in the stable version of iOS 14.0 is one of the most important new features. When users set a new default browser, Apple’s browser Safari is back to default after a reboot, reports a twitter user. A Google engineer confirms that. Tweakers has also been able to reproduce this bug.

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