Shazam Encore Arrives in Android Market
Music discovery service, Shazam, has announced that they now have two versions of their Android application. First up Shazam Freemium which is essentially the same version many of us have come to know and love. The only difference now is that users are limited to five tags per month. Once a song is identified (tagged), users can find song lyrics, tour info, YouTube videos, MySpace pages and more. If you need more than five tags a month, you should check out Shazam Encore.
Available for $4.99*, €3.99* and £2.99, Shazam Encore not only provides for unlimited tagging, but it also adds unlimited recommendations. This way, users are able to discover new music based around songs that have been tagged. And for those of you living in the United States, Shazam Encore links directly with Pandora so that you can create stations based on your tagged tracks!
“Music discovery is, and always will be, at the heart of Shazam. Consumers want to find as much information about a song or artist as possible and they want it fast,” said Andrew Fisher, CEO of Shazam. “Whether they now opt for our freemium or paid-for service, that is exactly what our Android customers can rely on from us – a fast and easy way to discover, buy and share music in more ways than ever before.”
If you already have Shazam’s free application on your phone, the latest upgrade (2.0) will provide all the new features, inncluding unlimited tagging.
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