TIDAL doesn't have many fans due to its high pricing and general impracticality, but perhaps today's two additions will sway you to reconsider. Jay-Z's music service now supports Amazon Fire TV and Android Auto.
Tidal is looking to aggressively attract more customers by offering a 12-day free trial starting on Christmas. The trial doesn't require a credit card to sign up so there's no chance of forgetting to cancel, and you even get access to their highest tier for hi-fidelity music listening.
Today, Tidal launches its Tidal TV app, allowing subscribers to use the streaming service on their Apple TVs and Android TVs. The app's "Home" section displays recommendations and popular concerts, livestreams, music videos, albums and podcasts.
Music streaming service Tidal is facing both money and user growth woes, according to Norway's Dagens. After reportedly losing roughly NOK$368 million ($44 million dollars) before taxes in 2016, Tidal is now left with just enough cash to last 6 months.
Now, simply being a Tidal customer isn't enough to get a listen to Jay-Z's new album. You had to be a Tidal customer before June 26th, or you have to be a Tidal customer through Sprint's free 6 months promotion.
Sprint and Tidal partnered a while ago, but that partnership is just now bearing fruit. Sprint has announced that it will offer new and existing customers a six-month free trial of Tidal HiFi starting on June 8th.
Sprint has bought 33% of the Jay Z-backed music service Tidal. This doesn't give Sprint a controlling interest, but it does lay the ground for a significant partnership that will see Sprint and Tidal emphasizing exclusive music offers to help grow the customer base of both companies.
Tidal can be great for those who have the equipment and ears for a premium audio experience, and their mobile users have just received a new feature. You can now edit tracks directly in the mobile app by setting the beginning point, end point, adjusting the tempo and even setting fade in and...
Tidal is launching a new grade of audio called Tidal Masters. It's a new level of audio fidelity brought in part by their Master Quality Authentication association. This delivers close-to-studio level of quality.
Tidal is getting a pretty neat update today. It adds Chromecast support for those who like to cast tunes to their Cast devices. Beyond that, they've fixed some bugs and improved the performance of the Play Queue.
T-Mobile today announced the addition of 12 new services to Binge On, their perk of free video that doesn't count against data. These services include Google Play Music, Spotify, Tidal, NBC and more.
You'll notice a good deal of these services are primarily music services, but that's because...
It's been a year since Jay-Z took over Tidal, and the music screaming service has seen a considerable jump in subscribers.
When Jay-Z got on board, the service had only reached its 1 million subscriber milestone but this week the company has confirmed that it is now up to 3 million.
After reports that Samsung was looking to shut down its own streaming service, Samsung Milk, reports started to surface that Samsung was turning its sights on Tidal. Tidal has been dealing with some struggles, and there were other reports that music mogul, Jay-Z had been meeting with Samsung...
There have been more and more reports about Samsung acquiring Jay-Z's music streaming service TIDAL.
Now, a new report suggests they are trying to score this deal so they can replace Samsung Milk with it.
The New York Post is saying that Samsung is back in talks with Jay-Z in another attempt to acquire his music streaming service, TIDAL.
The report cites "several sources" and says that Samsung could be planning to do something very big with the streaming service if they can acquire it.
TIDAL is competing with a lot of other online streaming music services and they're doing what they can to increase their user base.
Right now, Kanye West is streaming is his new album as well as Yeezy Season 3 on the service. It's done in a livestream so you have to tune in now to hear it.