Music recognition service Shazam has added 25 million new users in the last six months, taking its total install base to 75 million people. The news comes as the company also reveals it has identified more than one billion songs in the ten years since it first launched. CEO Andrew Fisher says Shazam remains confident that it will have more than 100 million users by the end of this year. The company’s most recent set of published accounts in the UK revealed that its revenues for the financial year ending on 30 June 2009 were £7.3 million, while in January, Shazam said it is now generating 260,000 track purchases a day. Source: Music Ally Blog

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