In 2017, Apple purchased an artificial intelligence-supported music application Shazam in exchange for $ 400 million and now announced that it is clearing third-party software in the application. In September, Apple said that the application will no longer be ad-free, and has removed all third-party software from the platform to track this change.
New for iOS last week Shazam update, bug fixes, and performance improvements. Accordingly, almost all of the update was done to remove all third-party software in Shazam. All third-party software that Apple removed from Shazam was AdMob, Bolts, DoubleClick, Facebook Ads, Facebook Analytics, Facebook Login, Inmobi, IAS, Moat and Mopub.
After this update, only HockeyApp for Microsoft's iOS software is in Shazam. This is actually passed as a version of Microsoft's TestFlight and it is not clear why it has not yet been removed. However, it is possible to predict that this situation may change soon.
However, the Shazam Android app still has many third-party software, such as Bolts, Facebook Analytics, Butter Knife, Crashlytics, Fabric, Firebase, Google Maps, OKHTTP and OTTO.
It is not yet known whether Apple will take precautions for Android devices, but it is not a surprise that third party software for iOS has been removed. Because Apple, many times before, expressed that he was not satisfied about this issue. The new update already proves the technology giant.