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TIDAL music streaming brings 60 million high-quality songs to the Microsoft Store for Windows 10


Beginning today, you can download the TIDAL music streaming app for Windows 10 from the Microsoft Store.

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With more than 60 million tracks, 244,000 music videos, thousands of expertly curated playlists and hundreds of live events, TIDAL customers have access to an unparalleled music experience. Microsoft app users have the choice of a Premium membership for $9.99/month or HiFi membership for $19.99/month. Both subscription tiers give members access to an unlimited, ad-free listening experience while HiFi offers high fidelity, lossless sound quality – just as the musicians intended their work to sound.

More than just a streaming service, TIDAL members connect with their favorite artists in unique ways. In the past year alone, members have been able to attend intimate listening parties, events and livestreamed concerts with deadmau5, Jack White, Juanes, Kaskade, Lil Wayne, Miguel, Nick Jonas, Nicki Minaj and more. Whatever soundtrack you need – a workout, party or just your favorite artists on repeat – the seasoned editorial team personally curates playlists for each occasion.

Each week, members can expect 360-degree immersion surrounding the most anticipated releases, with playlists showcasing the evolution, inspiration and samples that contributed to the project. Firmly grounded in the epicenter of culture, TIDAL offers original content, podcasts and playlists that are timed to key social and pop culture moments.



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