The new Google app feature gives you a song to search for

Google has added a new feature to its search app that lets you hum a song stuck in your head, and then use the company’s machine learning algorithms to try and identify it.

In the Google app or using the Google search widget, tap on the mic icon and say “What’s this song?” Or click the “Find a song” button. Then start humming the tune for 10-15 seconds. When you’re done, the Google app displays the most likely options based on the results.

You can then select the best match and find out information about the song and artist, as well as watch any music video or listen to the song on your favorite music app, find the song, read the analysis And see other recordings of the song when available.

You can also play the whistle or sing a tune, and the app will use its machine learning model to “convert the audio representing the song’s tune into a number-based sequence,” which then compares to existing songs.

Google says that it ignores things like human singing, whistling or humming on the model, as well as audio recording as well as instruments and vocal quality for the zone in the numerical sequence. You don’t have to use the correct pitch for this, and the results were impressively accurate in our tests, so if you have a depressed brain worm that you can’t detect, this is the easiest way to get you out Your grief

The feature is currently only available in English on iOS, but Google says it hopes to expand it to more languages ​​in the future.