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ac186bab57 It's a slick experience, with one of the strongest personalities of the lot - and with the promise of yet more curated elements and unique support for upcoming artists. On a high quality recording, played over a good hifi system, the difference is significant, the sound stage opens up, instrument placement is clearer, its just better: yay Tidal!So why didnt I switch? * Tidals catalogue is just not there yet IMO. Google took its time, but it now has an iPad-specific app to call its own, while Tidal was quick to support Apple's tablet. So thanks more than anything for trying to perform that Herculean effort, and continuing to do it over time, which is quite rare for these kinds of reviews.This is just a nit, but it gave me a smile. Im not going to get into the weeds with formats/file types and the exact BR numbers or debate lossless. They're not fancy, but they're sharp - with a clean orange and white design - and very responsive.
I appreciate you taking the time to point this information out because I think it will be very valuable to our readers. disqustDOcS1F4X7 Great review! Ive been using the $10 per month Spotify service for more than a year now and have yet to be disappointed! Spotify has an excellent music selection, and for me, its been trouble-free! In case it wasnt already mentioned, Google music claims to have 30 million songs compared to the over 18 million mentioned in your review. Music discovery is where the service excels and in our eyes does a much better job than its competitors at finding you new music. .. Spotify only has about 30 million, even then, a lot of that 30 million is made up of obscure bands (not that theres anything wrong with that). It is also compatible with smartphone and tablet devices including Windows, Android and iOS. If you connect to a friend with Rdio, you can access even his whole play history. Its big for certain genres of music, like EDM, because of its independent nature. If you want to dive straight into listening, there's a Flow button at the very top, similar to the Google Play equivalent. ..