The music streaming service Tidal has been available for Windows as a old school desktop download for a while, but today Tidal announced the launch of the Tidal Windows 10 app for the first time, which adds a little improved touchscreen features.
Tidal specialize as an ad-free music streaming service with lossless hi-fidelity audio, from a catalogue of 60 millions songs and 240 000 music videos by now. Tidal first launched in the Nordic countries years ago, but is now leaning towards more or less a coop owned by musicians, which has support for 10 languages, though the service is available in over 50 countries.
Music from Tidal can be buffered and played in offline mode too, and not just on desktops, laptops, tablets, and phones, but directly from some of the network players from Sonos, Squeezebox, Wadia, and a few others too.
Tidal subscriptions are split between lossless CD-quality high fidelity that can be shared between 6 people in family, or for half the price, a high definition subscription between 6 people in a family.
– Tom Bowen