The Google Assistant was improved as soon as it recognized the song being played

Sound search is integrated with Now Playing and can recognize music of tens of millions of songs.

With this we can identify tens of millions of songs.

On Friday, Google said that he incorporated the music search function into Now Playing (music recognition function) to get faster, more accurate and faster match songs. Sound search works with Google's search app, Google's wizard, or any Android phone.

To use the service, start a voice request. If there is music near you, the application or device asks you "What is this song?" Click on the window to start the identification process. Also, "Hello, what is this song?" You can also ask.

According to Google blog posts, music recognition technology gives each audio piece a unique "footprint" compared to the database. Sound search is a system on the server side, so it is comparable to tens of millions of songs, not limited by storage capacity and processing capacity.

"I believe that Google still has room for improvement, I think we can speed up the system even when the music is quiet and not always in very noisy environments." We , We continue to address these issues in order to provide next generation music recognition.

Google refused to comment beyond blog posts.

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