Tidal now allows offline listening on the Apple Watch

Tidal now allows offline listening on the Apple Watch. Tidal, a music streaming service allows you to listen to offline music on the Apple Watch without any stress.

To get instructions on how to set it up, you can visit the website of the music streaming service.



Also, both Spotify and Deezer made mention of similar offline listening features last week for the Apple Watch. And the subscription prices for Tidal are priced starting at $9.99 monthly.

Truly, Tidal has sold itself on its audio streaming quality. By providing features such as lossless playback and hi-res streaming before so many of its greater competitors.

However, this year some of its greatest rivals are beginning to catch up. The lossless HiFi tier of Spotify is set to roll out later this year. Also, Apple Music will include support for both lossless and hi-res streaming next month.

Tidal High-quality Audio will not change to its Apple Watch app

The high audio quality of Tidal will not change to its Apple Watch app. Tidal has made it clear that theatre will be limited audio on the wearable to 96Kbps just like Spotify.

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The main selling point of the service is the amount it gives artists in royalties to listen to their music. The Analysis from Digital Music News also places the rates of Tidal right ahead of Apple, Spotify, and Deezer.

And this seems like the artist-supporting trend is about to resume. Just after the financial services company Square of Jack Dorsey gained a majority stake of recent in the streaming service for a whooping sum of $297 million.

Jack Dorsey mentioned in particular that he wants to look for “new ways for artists to support their work” as the main purpose for the acquisition.

CEO Tidal Tweet

Here is what the CEO of Tidal tweeted at the time:

“Square created ecosystems of tools for sellers & individuals and we will do the same for artists”.

He continued:

“We’ll work on entirely new listening experiences to bring fans closer together, simple integrations for merch sales, modern collaboration tools, and new complementary revenue streams.”


In all, the Apple Watch support needs a Series 3 model or even a later operating watchOS 7.1.