Google Sound Search, as a feature, has been available for quite some time now. In fact, it has been out in the wild for nearly one whole year; and it launched for Android ICS users in the US some time before the end of last year. The thing is, it just hasn’t worked at all for Android users who want to take advantage of it in the UK. Until now, that is.
Today, after many months of waiting, those who held out for Google Play Sound Search to work in the UK finally have a reason to celebrate. Google Play Sound Search is now available to help users in the UK easily identify songs in a matter of seconds, directly from a device’s home screen. This should make it a lot easier to get acquainted with new music at pretty much any time of the day.
Google Play Sound Search also lets users purchase identified songs straight through Google Play, and afterwards, keep a record of any and all such songs for later access on any compatible Android devices. If you have a device that runs on Android 4.0 ICS or later, then check out Google Play Sound Search by downloading it from Google Play. You may do so via the source link posted down below.
Update: it appears that not all users in the UK can use the new feature just yet. If that’s the case for you, check back a bit later.