The world of streaming music has been growing exponentially in the past few years. This growth has lead to a more competitive market, with more and more companies vying for your attention.
With so many choices available, it can be difficult to figure out which service is best for you. Deezer and Tidal are two streaming services that provide the best quality music. Both have their own set of pros and cons, but we will compare these in this article to see which is better. So who’s the winner?
Well, when it comes to the selection, Tidal with its 20 more million tracks has the upper hand (although after listening after the 1st million you’ll probably lose count anyway, we’re just saying).
What about music quality? With HiFi CD-quality audio, Deezer is clearly inferior to Tidal with its HiFi resolution audio and master quality audio, which is far better than not only Deezer’s music quality but also pretty much everyone else’s. You may have heard Tidal is the best when it comes to music quality. Well, for a good reason.
The one advantage Deezer actually has is its free plan. Which is tempting. But Tidal’s paid plans are cheaper. So it’s basically up to you to decide (the only problem with Tidal so far is that’s only available in 54 countries compared to Deezer’s 184). But we’re pretty sure we can already tell the winner.
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