Google has added a new ‘hum to search’ feature in its search tool. With its help, you can tell Google about that song which is in your mind for a long time by humming or whistling or singing.
– This feature is also available for Google Assistant
– IOS only support English
– Handroid users will get support of 20 languages
Google’s new feature
Google has added a new ‘hum to search’ feature in its search tool. With its help, you can tell Google about that song which is in your mind for a long time by humming or whistling or singing. After this, Google will try to identify it through machine learning.
This new feature has been made available in the Google app of iOS and Android from today. It has also been made available for Google Assistant.
All you have to do is to ask Google to tap on ‘possibly the song’ or the newly added Search a Song button. After this only the song has to be hummed.
After this, Google will show you the results matched on your side. If the search result will be correct, you can tap and listen to it. Google has stated in its blog that the new ‘hum to search’ works with the help of machine learning tools.
This transforms the audio representing the song’s melody into a number-based sequence.
Google has also told that these machine learning models are trained from many sources, so that it can work much better. It includes a human song, humming and whistling.
Currently this feature is available in English in iOS and in Android in more than 20 languages. Google is preparing to add more languages to it.