Another company that joins the Android Tablet optimized app is SoundHound. It is a music recognition app that can search for music by sound.
SoundHound is revolutionizing the way people interact with mobile devices by delivering innovative technologies and compelling user experiences in sound recognition.
SoundHound’s breakthrough Sound2Sound technology searches sound against sound, bypassing traditional sound to text conversion techniques even when searching text databases. Sound2Sound has resulted in numerous breakthroughs including the world’s fastest music recognition, the world’s only viable singing and humming search, and instant-response large scale speech recognition systems.
The new app fully embrace the tablet factor by redesigning its interface and added new features and deeper integration with Rdio.
“SoundHound on Android tablets is now not only stunning in appearance, it offers improved functionality and an enhanced experience for users,” said James Hom, SoundHound’s Vice President of Products. “By utilizing the tablet’s larger screen space and leveraging new tools from Google, users can much more fluidly navigate within the app and have access to more content in one location.”
As part of the design launch, SoundHound also deepens its relationship with Rdio, the digital music service. Rdio is the launch partner for this new tablet in the US and continues as the featured partner for SoundHound’s interactive mapping feature that allows users to see what songs have been recently SoundHound’ed in their geographic area. Since launching in December with Rdio, interactive mapping has become one of the most popular SoundHound features as users can tap on a SoundHound’ed song displayed on the map and link directly to Rdio to hear the full track.
Source: BWW Geeks World
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