A new feature has been added to the Shazam app for concert discovery

Whether it’s the newest single or a song you’ve been listening to for a while, the Shazam app is far superior to its rivals in accurately identifying songs.

The most widely used music search app in the world now has a new function that makes it easier to locate concert information close to you.

Shazam’s home screen is where you can locate the new ‘Concert’ tab under My Music. It provides Popular and For You as its two possibilities. A selection of carefully chosen concerts from all around the world appears if the user chooses the All location option. Shazam’s ‘Near Me’ feature allows users to find nearby indie group gigs that are just a few kilometers away from their current location.

Users can note it on their calendars, which is a handy feature. If they’re interested, they can purchase tickets by searching for the official ticket seller agency’s website or app. The Apple Maps and Music applications also have a concert discovery tool.

In related news, Apple Inc., the company that owns Shazam, has released a new iPhone 15 Pro advertisement called “Pro Power,” emphasizing the device’s capacity to provide an improved gaming experience.

A young person is playing an action game on an iPhone 15 Pro at home, and what an excellent game it is to play on the device, with some nice, upbeat music playing in the background (Nautilus by Anna Meredith). The device is one of the very few in the market to offer hardware-based ray tracing, and the graphics highlight its potent A17 Pro silicon.

As we mentioned in our evaluation of the iPhone 15 Pro Max, it performs at the fastest rate, about four times faster than software-based ray tracing.

The A17 Pro delivers the best console-level gaming experience by utilizing its integrated GPU and Neural Engine to enhance low-resolution visuals and textures to better grades, thanks to its support for MetalFX Upscaling technology.

Owners of iPhone 15 Pros will be able to play graphically demanding titles like Death Stranding, Resident Evil 4, and Resident Evil Village in December. Moreover, Assassin’s Creed Mirage will launch on the Apple App Store in early 2024.