Tidal and Spotify are considered leaders in the global music streaming market. The undisputed leader is, of course, the Swedish music streaming service Spotify. But Tidal is also appreciated by users for its huge media library and the highest sound quality, which is currently exclusive, despite the fact that many streaming music services have followed the path of Tidal and began to improve the sound of their songs.
Nothing on Tidal works without Internet, so you need a computer (Windows or MAC), mobile phone (Android 4.4 or iOS 8 or higher), or media player with internet access. There is a pretty handy app to download on PC, and of course you can also play music through the browser.
Tidal has also made a name for itself by focusing on superior audio quality, such as lossless CD quality streaming and FLAC-based high-resolution audio files. There is even a dedicated MQA (Master Quality Authenticated) master section for high-res tracks.
We can say that a large and very competent editorial staff works here. If you’ve played a song or album, you’ll usually get helpful hints on where to start. If “Autostart” is enabled, the app runs very politely throughout the day without any major crashes. Playlists can be created quickly, and after a period of use, a personal mix is even offered based on songs you’ve already listened to and adding other suitable songs.
But Spotify is in many ways a more convenient service than Tidal. First, the Swedish green giant has a free version on a permanent basis, which is used by more than half of its huge number of users around the world. In addition, Spotify works in almost 200 countries of the world, and the geography of Tidal’s legal work is several times smaller.
Therefore, many people want to switch from Tidal to Spotify in order to enjoy streaming music for free. But what to do if a lot of playlists were created on Tidal, time and effort were spent on this work? How to transfer these playlists to Spotify and use them effectively?
This will help various specialized services. For example, MusConv easily imports your playlists and favorites from TIDAL to Spotify. And in this case, the result of your work will not be lost forever.
Recently, there has really been a trend of user migration from Tidal to Spotify. In addition to the above reasons, we can also note the significantly increased quality of music in Spotify. Of course, high quality can only be felt with a premium subscription. But Spotify’s premium subscription is still cheaper than Tidal’s. To put it simply, the Swedish streaming music service can be considered a commodity of mass consumption. And the target audience of Tidal claims exclusivity. Although, in principle, the migration of music lovers from one music streaming service to another is not unusual.