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Tidal Alternatives?

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I have been using Tidal for nearly 2 years. My Tidal Converter works quite well with it, which helps me download and play Tidal offline on the desktop. But I can't find many classical music and Jazz music on it. Is there any recommendation of HIFI streaming music services? Qobuz, Amazon HD, Deezer HIFI, which one is better than Tidal. Thanks for any advice.

posted Jun 18 by John Weems

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Tidal is a popular music streaming service providing users with a nice listening experience. It introduces 2 types of subscription services, including Tidal Premium with high quality and Tidal HiFi with lossless CD quality. No matter which subscription you are using, you can access more than 60 million tracks on Tidal. 

However, worth noticing that you are solely allowed to listen to Tidal music on the Tidal app other than any other player or device. Although it provides an Offline Mode, this mode is only available on mobile devices, not computers. 

So then how to download Tidal music to a computer for offline listening? You need a professional  Tidal downloader. With it, you can download any Tidal song to MP3, FLAC, AAC, M4A, etc., and save them as local files without any loss of original quality and ID3 tags. It designs a flexible output option, allowing you to customize output parameters like channel, sample rate, bit rate, etc. as you like. After conversion, you can listen to Tidal on your computer or any other device without the Tidal app.