YouTube will soon be able to recognize a song if you hum or sing it yourself

YouTube is experimenting with two new features to help users Find and stay up to date with content from your favorite creators and identify buzzing music.

First, YouTube tests a New “Channel Tab” in Subscription Feed The last uploads of a subscribed channel are grouped here. Instead of seeing each new video individually in the feed, viewers see a row highlighting all new uploads by that creator since their feed was last viewed.

The aim is Make it easy for viewers to find new content from the creators they follow, reduce the pressure on creators to constantly upload content and make participation easier. It could help users to catch up on the latest videos without missing any updates.

The platform is also developing a New way to find songs by humming or singing them. Users can switch to this new song search mode and hum or sing a song for longer than three seconds to have YouTube try to identify it.

This feature works like Shazam, but is integrated with YouTube and uses advanced melody recognition. Once identified, YouTube will display related music videos, user clips, and short films with the corresponding song.

We’re experimenting with allowing users to search for a song on YouTube by humming or recording a song that’s currently playing.

YouTube made its last major search update in 2021. The update included displaying video chapters directly in mobile search results, eliminating the need to click on videos to see a breakdown of their content.

Read Also:  Cell phone grip reveals which social media platform you prefer

Recent Articles

Related News

Leave A Reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here