Shazam recognizes any song in a few seconds. A song by German DJ Robin Schulz is one of the most wanted tracks.
The Shazam application popular with music fans, which are available for iOS devices and Android, among others, has reached a new milestone. The service, which was launched in 2002, now has more than 200 million active users per month.
With the app, users can search for song titles or their artists – and they usually find what they are looking for quickly. The application automatically recognizes, among other things, songs that are currently being played in the area. But which songs are most sought after? Shazam has published a list of the 100 most searched songs in the world using the app. The German DJ and producer Robin Schulz (33) can almost secure the throne.
Schulz in front of international greats
Together with Lilly Wood & the Prick, the DJ lands in second place with “Prayer In C (Robin Schulz Radio Edit)” and only has to beat the singer-songwriter Tones and I (27) with her song “Dance Monkey” give. Her British colleague Passenger (36) ranks third with “Let Her Go”. The late Avicii (“Wake Me Up”), Major Lazer Feat. MØ & DJ Snake (“Lean On”), Ed Sheeran (“Thinking Out Loud”), Sia (“Cheap Thrills”), Gotye feat. Kimbra (“Somebody That I Used To Know”), Kungs & Cookin ‘On 3 Burners (“This Girl”) and Hozier (“Take Me To Church”).
In the Top 100 there are numerous other stars, including John Legend (“All of me”, rank 12), Alan Walker (“Faded”, rank 17) and The Weeknd (“Blinding Lights”, rank 31). Milky Chance from Kassel with their song “Stolen Dance” are in 24th place, ahead of greats like Daft Punk, Pharrell Williams, Post Malone, Billie Eilish, Meghan Trainor, Ellie Goulding, Coldplay, Justin Timberlake and Katy Perry. The German Alice Merton also made it to 98th place with “No Roots”.