Your iPhone can identify any song with just a tap. Here's how to set it up

A rather hidden function on the iPhone allows you to sync with Shazam and quickly identify any music with a single tap.

Additionally, it may store a history of the music you've chosen so you can subsequently add them to playlists.

Without having to open an app, you can tell what music is playing on the radio at a bar, in your car, or at a friend's house.

It's a component of Shazam, a music identification service that Apple purchased in 2018, being integrated with the iPhone and iPad.

Here's how to configure it.

Open Settings on your iPhone.

Here's how to configure it.

Tap Control Center.

Here's how to configure it.

Scroll down under "More" and tap the green '+' button next to Music Recognition.