Tidal launches TV Apps, allowed Apple & Android to stream services
Listen to your favorite music and watch Tidal app videos directly on your Television sets. With Tidal’s very first TV app launched for Android and Apple, subscribers can now have the opportunity to browse through Tidal’s entire library of music to watch concerts, live streams and music videos directly on their Tv sets.
Tidal is expanding gradually as a result of the same procedure, the company has rolled out services to allow users stream their videos on Apple and Android apps. Additionally, the company has also added support for Apple’s CarPlay along with the Integration of Sonos speakers in the past few weeks. Tidal has offered the access to watch its content on Android TV app as well as Apple TV app in order to reach a whole new base of audience.
The Tidal TV app has already been rolled out for Android TV app and Apple TV app in their respective app stores. Tidal app’s home section displays an assorted list of music videos, albums, and concerts allowing users to make their own section as “My Collection”. This collection will have all the user’s favorites assorted at a single place.
There has been a circulating rumor about the company that states Tidal is left only with six months worth of trading its services. In such a situation, anything that retains the clients or helps increase the loyal client-base is worth trying.
For those who are not very much familiar with this music-streaming app, Tidal offers subscription-based music streaming service combining lossless audio and high-definition music videos having exclusive content and exceptional features on music.
The app offers a number of exceptional features including high definition music videos, hi-fi audio, the crystal clear picture on videos, along with an option to integrate your personal Tidal account to Apple TV app and Android TV App.
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