Rhapsody takes on Shazam with their new app ‘SongMatch’

December 5, 2012
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For all the music lovers out there we have a brand new song identifying or song matching app for Android available today, absolutely free. If Soundhound, Shazam, Google Ears and more weren't what you're looking for then give the all new app from Rhapsody a try. They've just introduced a new app neatly called SongMatch and it's available right now.

Obviously they'll be integrating this into their own Rhapsody music services, but they're marketing their new song recognition app by saying "Hear it. Match it. Play it." Just like all those other apps that are available (do we really need another) this will listen to the music, identify it, and neatly let you save and enjoy it for later.

The cool thing here that they have over the others is the fact that SongMatch won't just tag and recognize the song, but your Rhapsody account will have a playlist dedicated to SongMatch tags. You'll easily be able to fire up Rhapsody and stream all these awesome songs you've been tagging with ease. Here's what to expect from their new app:

● Match any song against Rhapsody’s library of 16 million tracks
● View information about each artist including top tracks, full albums, bios, and similar artists
● Start a free 14-day trial from directly within the app
SongMatch users who are Rhapsody members can:
● Match any song against Rhapsody’s library of 16 million tracks
● Launch full length playback for any matched song
● Launch full length playback for any matched album
● View information about each artist including top tracks, full albums, bios, and similar artists

The service is absolutely free, but Rhapsody isn't. Just like Spotify they offer a music streaming service that requires a monthly payment, but if you're already into the Rhapsody music world this will be the perfect song recognition app for your Android smartphone or tablet. Give it a try today by clicking here.

[via Android Police]


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