Try Tidal's high-fidelity music streaming free for one month
Tidal had some awesome deals over the holidays but those are now, unfortunately, a thing of the past. The good news is that you can still try out the high fidelity music streaming service thanks to a 30-day free trial being offered right now. That's enough time to try the service out and see if it works for you. You can cancel at any time during the trial, otherwise it will renew with prices starting at $9.99 per month.
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Tidal has over 60 million tracks plus exclusive interviews, playlists, video and Tidal X events that you won't find on other streaming services. Plus, music is streamed in lossless audio quality. Try it out for free.
Tidal is home to a bevy of exclusive content that you can't find anywhere else, including its newest addition: Now Playing playlists. There are over 500 to listen to which are comprised of tracks selected by some of the most popular current artists so you can hear what your favorite musicians are being inspired by lately. However, the best part about Tidal is simply its ability to let you listen to high-quality versions of over 60 million songs, and over 250,000 videos are available to watch too. Tidal's HiFi plan features uncompressed music files, Tidal Masters featuring recordings directly from the master source, Dolby Atmos for music, and more.
You'll be able to listen to Tidal pretty much anywhere, since the Tidal app can be downloaded to your phone or tablet. You can even access it via some smart TVs, smart speakers, and your computer's internet browser. Tidal even allows you to download songs so you can listen to them later when you don't have service or access to Wi-Fi.
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Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.
Tidal free for a month and i still don't want it
It's a great service for those of us who have audio equipment that can make good use of CD-quality music. The catalog is great too and you don't have to pay for the premium tier that gives you CD-quality. The only downside is that the apps - Android, Windows and the web - are frankly kind of crap.