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If I ask "ok Google, what song is this?" it will tell me. However, I prefer to use SoundHound (because I have the paid version, and it stores my searches for later retrieval, and it links to spotify automatically).

Is there a voice command that asks "ok Google, ask SoundHound what song this is"?

I can't even seem to open the app." open SoundHound" yields a Google now result screen (where the first result is the app itself), but it does not open it - probably because the paid app name is "SoundHound infinity " (the symbol for infinity).

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Unfortunately, you don't have such command right now. But you can expect it to be added in the future. Google is already working on it. More information here.

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    I remember reading this a few weeks ago - but isn't this blog post for the cards? I would have assumed that the voice commands are different than the cards.
    – wild_oscar
    Feb 26, 2015 at 10:41
  • Agree with @wild_oscar. From what I know, the update is for Google Now Card, but not voice command. I also researched about this, and so far, there is no API for developer to integrate the voice command. There are 3rd-party apps (Commandr, Tasker+AutoVoice) that can add command to Google Now, but with current specification by OP, I think it's still impossible for SoundHound to identify a song directly.
    – Andrew T.
    Feb 26, 2015 at 11:36
  • @AndrewT.: Yes you are right. I searched about it too. Please edit this answer. Feb 26, 2015 at 11:40

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