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Deezer advertises this Hifi service works on Chromecast, well it does not, it buffers, clips, stops responding, losses connection, etc, there are thousands of threads of people complaining about this for the past few years, Deezer still could not get their streaming over Chromecast to work. I cancelled my subs today and am looking at other options. See More
Flow is a great idea, but it fails to work as suggested. The idea is it listens to what you like and adds suggestion tracks. But mostly it just plays your track over and over, and pops in a random track, usually nothing you like. They need settings and better algorithms for it to work. See More
Qobuz is only officially available in 10 countries (which does not include Canada). You can use a VPN in order to pay for the service in an unsupported country. Some users have mentioned success with contacting the country and being added manually (you can read more here). See More
As of March 2018, TIDAL pays the artists 2/3 more than Apple Music and 3 times more than Spotify, for an equivalent catalog and subscription price. (40M songs on TIDAL and Apple Music vs. 30M on Spotify, $9.99/mo for all 3). Napster is the only service that pays the artists more than TIDAL. See More
Very frustrating. Especially when you managed to scroll to 2673. song in your playlist. It's true you need to have another streaming service to do all the playlist work. Tidal is only for streaming HiFi and nothing more. See More
Enormous amount of 24bit/192Khz music available, very smooth and highly detailed if your equipment is capable. Both desktop and mobile apps are intuitive, easily navigated and customized. Dolby Atmos music library also included. The largest and most refined sounding streaming service I've used. A+. See More