Goodbye Tidal: Spotify May Be Entering the Hi-Fi Music Business

Tidal is known as one of the only music streaming companies that specialize in offering high fidelity, lossless audio. No one else really does it as well, but according to a new report out of The Verge, it looks like Spotify is interested in expanding to the Jay Z-owned service's market as multiple Redditors and sources … Continue reading Goodbye Tidal: Spotify May Be Entering the Hi-Fi Music Business

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SoundCloud Introduces $5/Month Go Plan, Renames $10/Month Plan ‘Go+’

SoundCloud today introduced a new subscription tier for their not-so-popular premium streaming service SoundCloud Go. The new plan, costing just $5 per month, introduces a mid-range option for interested customers which will grant users offline downloading of 120M+ tracks and no ads. Those who subscribe to the $10/month option, now known as SoundCloud Go+, will … Continue reading SoundCloud Introduces $5/Month Go Plan, Renames $10/Month Plan ‘Go+’

Subscribe to The New York Times and You’ll Score Spotify Premium Free

Photo credit: Fortune The New York Times has announced a new annual subscription plan which allows customers to gain access to Spotify Premium for free. It comes as The Times attempts to grow their reader database by sweetening the deal with one of the most popular subscription-based services in the world. The new plan costs … Continue reading Subscribe to The New York Times and You’ll Score Spotify Premium Free

Apple’s Single Sign-In Can Now Be Used with HBO Go

Almost two months ago, Apple finally released their Single Sign-On feature for iOS and tvOS users, allowing the public to sign into their cable provider once and automatically be signed into all supported apps. At the time of launch, the below list contained the only services supported. A&E (iOS only) Bravo Now (tvOS only) E! … Continue reading Apple’s Single Sign-In Can Now Be Used with HBO Go

Sprint Now Owns 33% of Jay-Z’s Streaming Service Tidal

Via a press release today, Sprint has announced their purchase of a 33% stake in Jay-Z's struggling high-fidelity-focused music streaming service Tidal. The carrier calls the partnership "unprecedented" and will allow them to gain exclusive content from Tidal for their customers only. Global music and entertainment platform TIDAL and Sprint (NYSE: S) announced today an unprecedented partnership that will … Continue reading Sprint Now Owns 33% of Jay-Z’s Streaming Service Tidal

Tidal Introduces ‘Track Edit’ for Chopping Up Songs

Tidal has introduced a new feature for mobile app users called Track Edit that'll allow users to chop up any song they want, change the tempo, and allow them to fade in and out for the duration of their choosing. It's unclear why the music streaming service launched this feature, but one such use case would … Continue reading Tidal Introduces ‘Track Edit’ for Chopping Up Songs

New Details Emerge About Apple Music’s Carpool Karaoke

Photo via: CNN Back in July 2016, Apple acquired the rights to Carpool Karaoke, a regular segment featured on The Late Late Show with James Cordon on CBS that's proven itself a viral sensation. This acquisition was later confirmed by the technology company at an event in late October when CEO Tim Cook joined Cordon and special … Continue reading New Details Emerge About Apple Music’s Carpool Karaoke

Tidal’s HiFi Subscribers Can Soon Stream “Master” Tracks

Tidal, the music streaming service initially founded by Jay-Z, has announced "Master quality recordings" at CES 2017 available for streaming by paying subscribers of the service's $20/month HiFi option. The new feature will give users the ability to listen to high-resolution audio that outputs in a CD-quality lossless format coming through at 44.1 kHz / … Continue reading Tidal’s HiFi Subscribers Can Soon Stream “Master” Tracks