There’s nothing more annoying than having a certain melody keep ringing in your head, making you think all day and still not being able to determine which song or song it comes from. That melody keeps echoing in your head and you can’t remember the name or even the lyrics of that song to search for information.
YouTube wants to solve this problem with a new feature that lets you search for a song just by humming its melody.
Called hum-to-search, this feature was developed by Google to allow you to simply whistle, hum, or make any noise that simulates any melody, to find a song containing the melody. that tune. In addition to the ability to hum to find the song you are looking for, you can also record a song for identification.
If you are using YouTube and want to experience this feature, enable YouTube voice search only. You must then hum or record the song for a minimum of three seconds, and once the song is identified, you will be directed to related content on the platform.
The results aren’t always accurate, but it’s an option worth trying if you’re stuck with tunes. Additionally, this feature is currently in beta so it’s uncertain whether it will become a mainstream feature or not.
It’s also important to note that due to the experimental nature of this feature, it’s currently only available to a “small percentage” of YouTube users on Android. This means you’ll have to wait a while before the feature becomes widely available. The experimental nature of the feature also means that Google may roll out some unannounced changes.