Everything you need to know about Tidal






The streaming service already has a place in the contemporary world. Current trends show that the number of people who purchase records is decreasing, while the number of people who join music streaming services is growing.

It was to be expected, therefore, that numerous platforms dedicated to this service would emerge. Such is the case of TIDAL, also known as TIDAL Hifi, a subscription streaming service that has risen as a competitor to Spotify and Apple Music.

Higher quality

The main difference between TIDAL and other digital music streaming platforms is the audio quality of the shared files. For example, Spotify offers various audio quality options in its songs but it is limited to 320 kbps.

TIDAL overcomes such limitations. Through a Hifi (High Fidelity) subscription, TIDAL offers its songs in Flac format which is equivalent to the audio quality of original discs and exceeds the traditional 320 kbps format offering a totally new experience.

The second significant difference between TIDAL and other platforms is the extent of the catalog. Spotify has around 65 million songs. However, TIDAL has approximately 80 million songs. This is a high number that serves as a complement to its relative popularity.

This also relates to the interests of the listeners. For example, those listeners who prefer to discover new songs rather than listen to established artists will see TIDAL as a more attractive platform or more in line with their interests.

The Pros & Cons of TIDAL

The main advantage of TIDAL is focused on the high quality of audio offered by TIDAL. Unlike its competitors that are limited to offering acceptable (but not high) audio quality, TIDAL offers something truly innovative.

Also, TIDAL has a much more extensive catalog. For people who want to discover new artists, this quality represents a plus. In addition, TIDAL has several exclusive artists from the platform.

However, its advantages can be considered a double-edged sword. The “hidden” side of high audio quality and the exclusivity of certain groups and artists is reflected in the high subscription cost to access the Premium functionalities.

A second disadvantage would be related to the high audio quality. Although it is a unique service, the truth is that there are a large number of users who do not have the sound equipment or headphones to listen high quality audio.

Another fact is that currently, you can only play music offline on a Smartphone. However, the good news is that some third-party applications are available to allow offline playback from your PC. Tidal Music downloader from Pazusoft is one of the best tools on the market right now. It makes it easier for you to download files from Tidal.

However, Tidal is the first global music streaming service that offers high fidelity sound and hi-def video quality. Perfect for saving mobile data or when you don’t have an Internet connection on your smartphone. 

What do you think of Tidal’s premium music services so far? Don’t forget to leave a comment below.

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