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Midomi 3.0 seeks song lyrics, knows what's hot

Midomi changes names to SoundHound in version 3.0, and adds a slew of new features, from a Web search for lyrics to iTunes library access.

By December 3, 2009


Midomi music search gets funding and opportunities

Coming soon (we hope): Hum a song and create a Pandora channel; better iPhone voice controls; more.

By July 28, 2009


Midomi names your tunes

A new service can identify songs you hum or sing. It even worked with Rafe's off-key, out-of-tempo renditions.

May 21, 2008


Midomi names the tune [with video]

Midomi succeeds where Nayio Humming Search failed: it accurately identifies tunes you hum into your computer.

By January 29, 2007


Sing for search results with iPhone app

Music search engine Midomi releases an iPhone app that can name that tune.

By July 10, 2008


The Queue: Week in Review

February 9, 2007 - iPod-free NYC debate, easier digital downloads, neighborhood paparazzi, and name that tune, Midomi.

May 21, 2008


Start-ups aim to take on YouTube, iTunes

CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari talks to the folks at Melodis (Midomi.com) and Mywaves regarding their "offbeat" start-up ideas. Mywaves plans to bring entertainment video to your cell phone, while Midomi plans to sell you selected music clips and offer amateur versions of favorite songs to the brave. Both companies, hoping to grow exponentially in the coming years, are housed in Saeed Amidi's Plug and Play Tech Center in Sunnyvale, Calif.

November 1, 2007


Vocalia for iPhone lets you speak your bookmarks

If you have an older iPhone or iPod Touch model and want to get Voice Control-like features for launching phone calls, music and Web bookmarks, here's the app for you.

By October 26, 2009


Shazam debuts in Windows Marketplace for Mobile

Shazam announces a freemium application for Windows phones that helps you find song names albums, and artists. While basic features are free, a one-time fee can get you some extras.

By October 7, 2009


Stop, hey, what's that sound?

Song recognition services try to match the random tunes playing in your head with real world titles. But do they work?

By February 14, 2007