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TAG, THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIG MOVERS

The box-office bow of Spectre powers Sam Smith's Bond theme to the top of Shazam's biggest U.S. gainers, while the new Coldplay also has users reaching for their phones. Justin Timberlake's 20/20 album track "Drink You Away," performed on the CMAs with Chris Stapleton, also caused a commotion. James Bay, meanwhile, gets a big look on The Today Show. Rapper Lady Leshurr gets a boost from a Samsung spot. Outside the Top 5, Gwen Stefani, Ariana Grande and Pentatonix are among the movers. For more of what Americans are pointing their mobile devices at, sortable by rank and biggest moves, go here.

On the U.K. side, Aurora's John Lewis Christmas ad drives their cover of the Oasis tune  "Half the World Away" to the top of the gainers. For more Brit Shazam action, make your way over here.

Of course, no amount of mobile waving will budge Adele's "Hello" from the #1 rank on both sides of the pond.

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