Tidal launches official Windows app for its music streaming service

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Tidal, the newest music streaming service has just launched its official Windows app. The app is currently in beta, so don’t be too surprised if there are some rough edges. For those unfamiliar with Tidal, it’s a music streaming service from Jay Z which offers access to 35 million songs and more than 70,000 videos. Unlike Spotify and some other streaming services, Tidal doesn’t offer a free service – you’ll need to buy the company’s Tidal Premium or Tidal Hi-Fi subscriptions.

Tidal isn’t available for Windows Phone yet, and there’s no word on support for Windows Phone just yet. However, don’t be too surprised if the company launches a Windows Phone sometime soon. Nonetheless, if you’re subscribed to Tidal, you can grab the company’s official Windows app from here.

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