More people Shazamed Clean Bandit and Demi Lovato​'s "Solo" than any other song this year, according to year-end data from the music-identifying company. Nicky Jam and J Balvin's "X" and Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa's "One Kiss" followed in the second and third rankings, respectively.

It was a big year for Ed Sheeran as well, whose "Perfect" was the fifth most-Shazamed song and the longest running No.1 song in Shazam's global charts this year, topping the tally for nine weeks. It was also the most-shared song worldwide after being Shazamed and was pop's most-Shazamed song. Sheeran is also the only artist from 2017 to hit the No. 1 spot in the same genre twice.

Artist discovery on the platform was up 13.2 percent this year from last, with more than 2 million artists Shazamed in 2018.

Other accolades belong to "Friends" by Marshmello and Anne-Marie, which was the year's most-Shazamed track in a day worldwide on April 8. On that same ranking, it was also the second and third most-Shazamed song in a given day and overall the eighth most-Shazamed song in the year.

Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa's "One Kiss" was the most added track to a playlist worldwide after being Shazamed, while Drake was the most-Shazamed artist of the year. J Balvin was the second most Shazamed artist of the year, landing on the top songs ranking twice: "X" with Nicky Jam at No. 2 and "I Like It" with Cardi B and Bad Bunny at No. 10. And global phenomenon BTS' "Fake Love" was the only K-pop track to hit Shazam's top 100 tracks of the year.

See some of the top rankings below.