Is Apple (AAPL) Eyeing to Buy Music Recognition App Shazam?

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Is Apple (AAPL) Eyeing to Buy Music Recognition App Shazam?

Apple Inc. (AAPL) is likely to acquire Shazam for almost $400 million, much less than the company's valuation.

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Is Apple (AAPL) Eyeing to Buy Music Recognition App Shazam?

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Apple Inc. AAPL is reportedly in the process of acquiring U.K-based Shazam Entertainment. Per TechCrunch and also confirmed by recode, the iPhone maker may pay almost $400 million for the popular app that can identify any song, TV show, movie or advertisement.

Apple to buy music-recognition app Shazam

Apple to buy music-recognition app Shazam

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After rumors started swirling around a few days ago, Apple has confirmed to BuzzFeed News that it is indeed buying the music-recognition app Shazam. The acquisition price was not revealed, but is reportedly around $400 million. That’s a far cry from the Shazam valuation of $1 billion the company was claiming in its last round of fundraising (in 2015), but the world of streaming music services has evolved since then.

Apple buys music recognition app Shazam for $400 million, may integrate it with Apple Music

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Apple has confirmed reports that it is buying music recognition company Shazam. The Cupertino giant announced that Shazam will join the company without going into much detail as to what will emerge out of this relationship. Shazam is an app that identifies ...

Apple buys music-recognition app Shazam; all you need to know

Apple buys music-recognition app Shazam; all you need to know

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Cupertino-based technology major Apple has acquired music-identification app company Shazam for $400 million.

Apple buys music recognition app Shazam for $400 million

Apple buys music recognition app Shazam for $400 million

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Apple has acquired Shazam, one of the most popular apps for recognising music, TV shows, films and adverts, in a deal allegedly worth $400 million (around £300 million). Apple Music vs Spotify: What's the difference? Apple has made an official statement...

Apple to buy music recognition app Shazam

Apple to buy music recognition app Shazam

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Shazam is already integrated into Apple's Siri voice assistant, but the deal likely signals Apple's interest to expand its use of the technology.

Seeking music edge: Apple confirms it has acquired song recognition app Shazam

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Apple that it would buy leading song recognition app Shazam in a fresh bid to secure an edge in the intensifying battle of streaming services. Apple, whose streaming service has rapidly grown but still has only half the paid subscribers of Spotify, said that Shazam has consistently been one of the most popular items on its App Store. The two companies did not disclose financial terms. The technology news sites Recode and TechCrunch, quoting unnamed sources, both put the deal at around $400 million.

Apple orchestrates deal for song-recognition app Shazam

Apple orchestrates deal for song-recognition app Shazam

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SAN FRANCISCO — Apple has bought Shazam, the maker of a song-recognition app that Apple's digital assistant Siri has already been using to help people identify the music playing on their iPhones.The companies didn't disclose the price of the acquisition announced Monday. Technology news site Recode previously reported Apple is paying about $400 million for Shazam, citing three unidentified people familiar with the deal.Apple Inc. issued a statement describing Shazam as

Apple buys Shazam, Apple Music integration anticipated

Apple buys Shazam, Apple Music integration anticipated

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Apple acquires Shazam for $400M, it would likely be integrated into Apple ecosystem and hence might not be available on rival platforms like Android.Apple are now the sole owners of Shazam, having acquired the music discovery app for a price that is reported to be in the vicinity of $400 million. That said, neither Apple