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Wouldn’t it be strange if SoundHound stops counting the number of songs it has searched on your phone? Well, an announcement on the web from SoundHound declares that this music-identification application is available for free now. This app works by listening to music tracks or users humming/singing songs and matching the tunes with the melodies in its song database for purchase app reviews. SoundHound is of great help in identifying songs that you have heard in a store or on the radio. However, the freemium model initially allowed just five identifications in a month. Now, android users can identify as many songs as they wish – thanks to the decision taken by SoundHound of removing restraints on their app usage and embracing an ad-supported model. Anybody who doesn’t like ads can now buy SoundHound Infinity and have the advertisements removed.

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