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Google’s new ‘hum to search’ feature will tell you the catchy song you can’t remember

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NEW DELHI: Tech giant Google hosted its online event ‘Search On’ in which the company talked about the improvements done to Google Search and also revealed the new features. One such interesting feature added by Google is called ‘hum to search’. This new search tool will allow you to hum the bugging song which is stuck in your head and you are not able to figure out its lyrics. The company said that it will use machine learning to identify the song.
The all-new ‘hum to search’ feature is available in the Google app and it can be used by both Android and iOS users. In order to find the song users will have to hum for 10 to 15 seconds before Google Search offers them the result. This hum feature also works on Google Assistant and you just have to ask ‘Hey Google, what’s this song’.
Presently, the ‘hum to search’ feature is available in English on iOS and in 20 more languages on Android. It is expected that the company might expand it to other languages in the future.
In an official post the company said, “When you hum a melody into Search, our machine learning models transform the audio into a number-based sequence representing the song’s melody. Our models are trained to identify songs based on a variety of sources, including humans singing, whistling or humming, as well as studio recordings. The algorithms also take away all the other details, like accompanying instruments and the voice’s timbre and tone. What we’re left with is the song’s number-based sequence, or the fingerprint. We compare these sequences to thousands of songs from around the world and identify potential matches in real time.”
So next time you can’t remember the name of some catchy song you heard on the radio or that classic jam your parents love, just start humming. You’ll have your answer in record time.

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