If you have a song stuck in your head and just can’t remember the words, YouTube is testing a new feature for you.
In a blog post, the platform announced this week it will be testing a new app feature on Android phones that allows users to search for a song by humming or recording it for more than three seconds.
The feature is only available to a select group of users, but if your account is one of the lucky few, you’ll be able to toggle from the YouTube app’s “voice search” to a new “song search” feature. Once you’ve hummed or recorded the song you’re looking for and the track is identified, the app will surface related “official music content, user-generated videos, and/or Shorts.”
Apps like Shazam can help you name a song, too, but YouTube has access to a much larger library of both official and user-generated content. A similar hum-to-find feature has been available on Google Search since 2020.