In the latest update to the Apple owned Shazam app, you now get the benefit of both date and time stamps on discovered music. The update featuring this small but useful change is out in the App Store now and is available to everyone.
When you use the music discovery app to listen to music, when it is discovered, you will see the album artwork for that music, along with the song title and artist. Now, above the artwork, there is the day and date you discovered the music. You can see an example of this in the screenshot below.
The new feature will give you a recollection point of where you were when you heard the song for the first time. Of course, when music is discovered, a link to Apple Music is provided for you to see the entire album on which that song is found.
Since purchasing Shazam last year, Apple has made the app and service completely free and completely ad-free. Feature wise, there haven’t been too many changes and on the grand scale, this one is a minor change at best. But it is handy, especially if you use the app a lot to find new music that you hear around you.