All the power of the track recognition number in one simple application
Shazam Encore Review
by on April 22, 2010
Shazam is an odd brand in that it offered something cool in the early part of last decade and didn’t die out due to people getting bored of it.
And now it’s back with this application for the BlackBerry – although it does cost £3.55.
If you put this in context, when using the old ‘2580’ dialling method you’d pay 50p per track – use this application seven times and you’re quids in.
Plus with the Shazam Encore application you get to see a history of all the songs you’ve tagged so far, as well as information on the tagged track.
And on top of that there’s a link to buy the track and recommendations on other songs you’d like. The recommended tracks were a little iffy for us but anything that helps you discover music is decent in our eyes.
If you’re someone that likes to use Shazam from time to time, then there’s no reason not to invest in this well laid out and highly functional app – not least from an economic point of view.
Buy this app: Download the Shazam Encore app now
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