Audiggle Windows App is Like Shazam for Your Desktop

Adam DuVander, June 16th, 2010

What’s that song? If you’re out and about, you might reach for your mobile phone’s “name that tune” app, such as Shazam on iPhone. But if you’re at your PC, it can be as easy as clicking over to the Audiggle app, which reports on sound from video, internet radio, or anything passing audio to your speakers. Be it a YouTube clip, TV show on Hulu, internet radio, DVD or any other source, Audiggle can find the title and artist.


Once Audiggle has found the song, it uses several APIs to provide more information: see lyrics, videos and concert dates for the artist. APIs used include Amazon EC2, Bandsintown, iTunes and iTunes Connect,, and YouTube (more details at our Audiggle profile).

To be able to access your sound, Audiggle needs to install on your computer. You can download the software, though it is only available on Windows at the moment. A Mac version is “coming soon.”

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4 Responses to “Audiggle Windows App is Like Shazam for Your Desktop”

March 5th, 2012
at 1:20 pm
Comment by: luke

link not working

June 16th, 2012
at 9:36 pm
Comment by: link to download without the .php at the end.

June 16th, 2012
at 9:38 pm
Comment by: online App register or not, but you can humn or sing a few seconds of the song you seek and it finds all the info

December 2nd, 2012
at 7:28 pm
Comment by: truthmonger

Audiggle requires you to PAY for its identification service. Absurdly, it pulls from Gracenote, a FREE public music database! You can’t even test out the program without buying “credits”. GARBAGEWARE!!!

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