Deezer now offers a Shazam like service called SongCatcher

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These days the trend for online Music streaming platform is spreading like anything and one such platform is Deezer. Here in India Deezer is not that popular but undoubtedly it one of the best Media streaming service. Recently they have rolled out a much-anticipated feature to their application and it is known as the Song Catcher. As suggested by the name it helps the user to recognize music and according to us, it is a meaningful addition made by Deezer to their app. For detailed information consider going through the entire story.

Song Catcher is an additional feature which allows a user to recognize a particular music, a song by just turning on the microphone of a smartphone. This all happens in the background, what a user has to do is simply initiate the feature from the provided option. This service is very identical to what we have earlier experienced on the platform called Shazam. Shazam is an app developed by a British company and it particularly helps in discovering lyrics and music.

This feature has been made available to the user since December but through the Beta version of the Deezer. For now, this feature can be accessed through an Android device and will be available to both Premium and Freemium users. Although the free subscription does have some limitations.

The users having paid subscription can directly save the tracks to favorites and playlists. The most helpful fact is that a user doesn’t have to migrate to a different app for using Song Catcher as Deezer has included it in their app. Other Music streaming services should take a lesson from Deezer as this in-built song catcher service is quite practical. You can access Song Catcher feature from the search tab in the app and if you wanna try it out just visit the below-provided download link.

Download latest version of Deezer app

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