March 2021 Beijing—ACRCloud, the company that provides an automatic content recognition service, today announced that its music recognition service has been integrated with the mobile app Migu Music, one of the most important music streaming service provider in China.
By utilizing the capabilities of ACRCloud, Migu Music users will now be able to access the following amazing features: 1) they will be able to identify the music played around them in shops, cafes, and even video games by recording a few seconds of sound. Lyrics are synced in real-time with this detection capability and there will also be an option to add the song to Playlist; 2) even if they do not remember the name of the song they want to search, it’s possible to find it now by humming the melody. A fuzz search is available to find the closest song, and lyrics are not required; and 3) the Migu local file player will rely on music recognition to enrich the display of lyrics and cover art when playing audio files from other sources.
“We are excited to collaborate with Migu Music in making music recognition capability available to support their users’ musical explorations,” said Peng Dong, ACRCloud’s co-founder & business development.
ACRCloud has provided its music recognition service to many other music streaming services, including Deezer, Anghami, KKBOX, AWA, Netease Cloud Music, Huawei Music, Xiaomi Music…etc
About Migu Music
Migu Music, one of the major online music streaming service in China owned by China Mobile. Launched in 2006, Migu Music provides their 120+ million registered users a streaming music service with a library of more than 40 million songs.
ACRCloud, based in Beijing, provides comprehensive technology solutions in automatic content recognition. Its music fingerprint database has indexed more than 72 million music tracks. Its customers include Alibaba, NetEase Cloud Music, Huawei, Xiaomi, VIVO, Anghami, Xperi, Anghami, Deezer, etc.