Tidal music service “decided not to pursue development” on Windows Phone, but may do Windows 10

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Tidal is a new high profile streaming music service backed by many big name artists which promises better than CD-quality music streaming.

The service has launched without Windows Phone support, prompting some readers to ask their support team if an app is on the way.

According to their support service a Windows Phone app is not being considered, but that may change their mind when Windows 10 comes along.

They write:

Thank you for contacting TIDAL customer support.

At this time TIDAL has decided not to pursue development of a Windows Phone application. We are sorry for this inconvenience, and we will be revisiting development for Windows Phone app in the future, especially with the advancements of Windows 10 on the horizon.

Best Regards,

Colin
TIDAL Support

A content app such as TIDAL is perfect for universal app development, and it may just be that it is with these type of apps that Microsoft’s app strategy will see its real pay-off.

Thanks Sarkis for the tip.

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