Tidal has been around for quite some time now, but somehow offering an Apple Watch app hasn't been a priority. That's finally changing today.
At the beginning of this month it was rumored that Apple was planning to launch a new HiFi, or lossless audio, option for Apple Music in the near future. And now it looks like the Android version of Apple Music may be confirming just as much.
The base price for Apple Music is $9.99, with variants to choose from depending on certain factors. Other services out there offer a free tier, letting listeners skip paying anything in exchange for listening to some ads here and there. But it looks like Apple Music won't be following that path.
Some music streaming services out there, like Amazon and Tidal, feature a lossless option. Hi-fi. It's one of the best ways to listen to streaming music, offering up excellent quality and definition. But Spotify, the leader in streaming music services, hasn't been keen to jump on the option. Until now.
Right now, Spotify is the primary way to listen to music when using streaming services in a Tesla, with no alternative options officially supported in the infotainment system. However, a recent software update appears to indicate the company behind the popular electric automobile lineup is working on adding support for other streaming services, including Apple's.
While Tidal may not have as many subscribers as Spotify or Apple Music, one of the benefits of the music streaming service is audio quality. And that trend continues with the latest addition to the service.
If you happen to be a subscriber to the music streaming service Tidal, and have kids stuck at home, then there might be some new playlists worth checking out.
Algoriddim's award-winning djay apps for iPhone, iPad and Mac have long offered integration with both Spotify and Apple Music, the two most popular music-streaming services, but now customers can take advantage of the newly-added SoundCloud and Tidal integration, too.
Student discounts are par for the course with music streaming services, but TIDAL can now say it offers something a bit different compared to the others out there.
Today yesterday refreshed its app on App Store with support for the Masters Quality Authenticated audio tier (MQA), bringing master-quality sound to iOS devices for the first time.
Transferring playlists between multiple music services is easy until you attempt to do it manually. Instead of having to painstakingly recreate your personal, carefully curated Apple Music playlists on another music-streaming service like Spotify or YouTube, or vice versa, you can just use an app to get the job done.
In an effort to let everyone get a taste of its many features and premium content, lossless music service Tidal will be introducing a free 12-day trial beginning on Christmas Day.