You won’t believe it, these are the 100 most wanted songs on Shazam

Shazam released a list of their 100 Most Wanted Songs since its release in 1999. You may be surprised which top ten are.

Shazam, the popular music app for mobile phones, released the list of the 100 most searched songs since its launch in 2019.

The ranking is based on 36.6 million searches on the app.

Let’s remember how it works: thanks to the microphone of the phones it records a sample of the music that is being played.

An acoustic fingerprint is generated and compared to a database. With this, the user receives all the information about the musical piece.

Shazam was created in 1999 in England by Chris Barton, Philip Inghelbrecht, Dhiraj Mukherjee and Avery Wang. In 2017 it was bought by Apple Inc.

The application has reached 200 million active users, proving its popularity over time.

To celebrate reaching the iconic figure, the company released the 100 Most Wanted Songs. Of these, these are the first 10.

Top 10 Most Wanted Songs on Shazam

Top the classification Dance monkeyby Tones and I; follow him Prayer In C (Robin Schulz Radio Edit) and then Let her goby Passenger.

In fourth place is Wake me upby Avicii; later it is located Lean On (feat. MO & DJ Snake); Thinking Out Loudby Ed Sheeran and Cheap Thrillsby Sia.

The eighth place belongs to Somebody That I Used to Knowby Gotye. Later, This Girl (Kungs vs Cookin ‘On 3 Burners) and Take me to churchby Hozier.

At next link You can find the 100 most searched songs on Shazam, based on the app’s ranking.