"Shazam" is recognised as a command, and can be followed by "recognise" or "name" a "song," "track" or "tune" to launch the app and identify whatever's playing. This mirrors similar functionality provided by iOS's Siri last year.
"The only thing easier than tapping a button is not having to tap a button at all. Using Shazam with Google voice actions changes the game by making this process literally hands free, so people can identify and enjoy great music no matter where they are, or what they're doing."
User reviews of the latest Android version of Shazam have been generally negative, with complaints about slow launching, instability, slow recognition and excessive advertising.