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Quickest Way To Use Shazam On Your Mac

Quickest Way To Use Shazam
Written by Hassan Abbas

Quickest Way To Use Shazam: Shazam is an amazing app for song recognition. You can also use it on your iOS devices (Apple Watch, Mac, iPhone or iPad). So when you like to Shazam a song, you can do it on any iOS device.

The important thing to using Shazam to check a song you hear is its quickness. Simply click that Shazam button and then get details for the tune in a few seconds. However, certainly, open the app on your Mac and click the button, by the time you do that, the song could be over. That’s why you have good options.

Here are the quickest and easiest ways to use Shazam on your Mac.

Launch Shazam at startup

When you start your Mac you can have apps that you use every single day. You can also launch them and ready to go within a minute. For example, I have Slack start up automatically every morning so that I’m ready to communicate with my team members.

To initiate Shazam automatically, simply follow these steps.

Step 1:

Initially, Open Shazam from the menu bar and tap Settings (gear icon).

Step 2:

Choose Preferences in the pop-out menu.

Step 3:

Tap the General tab.

Step 4:

Now check the box for Launch Shazam on startup.

You can also close the settings or continue with the next item on our list.

One-Click Shazam in the menu bar

Another amazing setting for Shazam is the one-tap feature. Just like how you might use Shazam on your iPhone or Apple Watch, this allows you to tap the button to have the app begin listening immediately.

However, it saves your time from opening the app and then double-tapping the button. Simply tap the icon in your menu bar to have the app listen.

Step 1:

Initially, open Shazam from the menu bar and tap Settings (gear icon).

Step 2:

Choose Preferences in the pop-out menu.

Step 3:

Tap the General tab.

Step 4:

Check the box for One-tap Shazaming.

You can also close the settings and provide your new one-tap button a try!

Conclusion:

Here’s all about “Quickest Way To Use Shazam”. Whether you plan to use both of these features or just one. However, they both provide you quick ways to use Shazam on your Mac. Will you allow them both or just one or the other? Let us know in the comment section below!

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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