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Screenshot: Heardle.app Going “viral” used to actually mean something. The online content market has never been more saturated, and after years of subjecting ourselves to a little bit of everything all of the time , you’d think someone would be gatekeeping what counts as “viral.” Alas, a tweet with a few thousand likes, someone getting turned into a meme, and a word game sensation all get lumped under the same umbrella term: “viral.” For something to break through as truly viral, we must return to the original meaning of the word. If something is viral, it’s contagious. It infects all of us, making its way from the “extremely online,” to the figurative water cooler, to your family group chat. It has an endless ability to mutate, with a new variation always finding a way to pop up. If you haven’t guessed by now, I am, of course, describing the seemingly endless sensation that is Wordle . And for its latest mutation, it’s time to let the music-lovers shine with Heardle . Here at Lifehacker, we’ve stayed on top of the best Wordle variants. We love Wordle for movie geeks . And math nerds. And public transportation dorks. It was only a matter of time before there was a Wordle for music freaks. Now, anyone who is basically a human- Shazam gets a chance to brag Wordle-style, aka posting their green squares. Here’s how to play the daily musical game Heardle, so that you can continue to feed your endless […]