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Shazam has always been a crowd favorite music discovery app. So far the app allowed you to identify music only when your device was connected to the Internet. But that's no longer the case today! You can now discover music even offline in Shazam on your iPhone.

So, how does the new offline mode work in Shazam on the iOS devices? Well, the app allows you to save song snippets when your iPhone is offline. And the moment your device connects to the Internet again, it automatically identifies them. Hence, you can save your favorite songs anytime anywhere!

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How to Discover Music Offline in Shazam on iPhone and iPad

How to Use Offline Mode in Shazam on iPhone and iPad

The process is same for both online and offline mode. Therefore, you don't have to take additional steps.

Ensure that you have the latest version of Shazam installed on your iPhone. If you haven't updated it, head over to App Store → Updates and update it.

Step #1. Launch Shazam app on your iOS device.

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Step #2. Now, you need to tap on the Shazam button.

Tap on Shazam Button in Shazam iPhone App

Step #3. Next, you have to wait for the app to identify the song.

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How to Use Offline Mode in Shazam on iPhone or iPad

That's it!

The app will notify you with a message saying the Shazam has been saved.

Next up, when your device reconnects to the Internet, open Shazam again, the app will automatically name the song and add it to the “My Shazam” section of the app.

It will also send you a notification to let you know that the Shazam is ready when you are back online.

Wrap up:

Apple has reportedly acquired Shazam, which is considered to be one of the most music discovery apps. The tech giant confirmed it last week but didn't disclose financial terms of the acquisition.

According to TechCrunch, the deal could be worth around $400 million. The app is already integrated with Apple Music and Siri. Now, we expect the Cupertino-based company to take the full advantage of it to further empower its music-streaming service.

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