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Discussion in 'HomeKit, HomePod, CarPlay, Home & Auto Technology' started by Broken Hope, Sep 14, 2018.
You can now search for songs using lyrics, Apple Music only I believe.
Do you have an example? I can’t get it to work.
I can’t get it to work either.
Can't get it to work... Maybe because I am located in Norway? (She can't find movie theater times for example) but why would lyrics be geographically restricted?
It's not supposed to be, just English only.
Doesn't work. I've attempted to use it every which way explained on multiple sites and threads.
I've tried it and it always does something else, like start an unrelated playlist or playing all music or says "HomePod can't do that..."
Supposedly, you just need to say something like, "Hey Siri, play the song that goes 'I don't support the team.'"
When I do that on my HomePod it says, "Playing all songs, shuffled."
Which, in some perverted way could be considered correct (I guess, if you waited long enough). However, that lyric is from P!nk's "Don't Let Me Get Me" that I purchased on iTunes a year or two ago (and which shows up for streaming on my iOS devices and is even in one of my playlists).
However, I don't have an Apple Music subscription, so I guess that is an absolute requirement (it can't be a song that you merely PURCHASED from iTunes).
I tried it yesterday. I said hey Siri play the song that goes and then said a few of the lyrics. I tried it with 4 songs and it got it right every time.
I have an Apple Music subscription.
I found a Reddit thread about the same problem here. A user says he read somewhere that the lyrics search function only is available in the US, UK, and Australia.
Oh I’m in the UK. Probably why it works.