- Google has added a ‘hum to search’ feature in its search tool
- Google’s feature is available for iOS and Android
Google has added a new feature to its search tool for music lovers. Its name is ‘Hamp to search’. The company launched it on Friday. With the help of this feature, you can ask Google its lyrics by whistling in the rhythm of the forgotten song. Google will try to help you with machine learning tools. If the search result is correct, you can tap and listen to the song.
This feature was launched for iOS and Android
Google’s feature is available for iOS and Android. Android users can now search songs in more than 20 languages. It will also support more languages according to the company.
How will this feature work?
Type ‘Whatsapp song’ on Google search engine or tap on the newly added search song button. The song is then chanted. After this Google will tell you the songs related to it. You can listen to that song by tapping on it.
Now the map will tell you how busy the place you are going is.
Google has announced a business information feature at the Search on 2020 event on October 15, so that users can decide whether the location they have chosen for this time of epidemic is right for them. The company will soon launch it globally for Android, iOS and desktop. A live scene will also be added to the facility in a few months. According to Google, the launch of this new feature will take into account Kovid-19 and social distance norms.
You will get this kind of business information
When you search for a location in the map, this feature will give you the overall location of that location in its overview, the first contact number from the category of that location. Also, if you have planned a family dinner at a restaurant, it will tell you whether the restaurant is small or large in size. Apart from this, Google Corona will give information about what facilities will be available at that place based on that location and how you have to prepare to reach there. The option of live view will also be added soon. So before users arrive at the location, they can virtually see what the location is like and decide whether it is worth visiting the location in the coronal period.