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Often, when watching video or live broadcast via a computer, you may encounter a song that sounds pretty good but does not show its name. In cases like this, you can first open the classic music identification applications on your phone, such as SoundHound or Shazam, then point it at the speaker on your computer to identify the necessary information about this song. Alternatively, you can directly and simply use AHA Music this Chrome extension on your PC to meet the same needs with one-click.
AHA Music is a free and powerful music auto recognition extension with incredible accuracy for the most popular Google Chrome web browser, developed by AHA Music from China, utilizing the music library of ACRCloud. It is able to quickly detect, identify all information you need for almost any song playing in your currently active browser tab page. The information includes song name, artist name, as well as its stream playing address on Deezer, Spotify, YouTube (if there were), with which you can dig the song out with ease and accuracy.
AHA Music is as easy to use as the popular application Shazam or SoundHound on Android OS. Meanwhile, the classic ancestor of music recognition service on a web page – Midomi may have come to an end. First, its operation method is becoming increasingly unacceptable to modern users; Second, the design of relying on the obsolete Adobe Flash audio playback technology has been on its deathbed. BTW, you’ve probably ever used an almost identical Chrome extension called Beat Finder. In fact, they are works made by the same developer, and we can think of AHA Music as the successor of Beat Finder.
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- AHA Music doesn’t support Chrome browser with a too low version (it can be installed successfully, but it doesn’t work properly)
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