Tidal, Streaming Music Service, Offers Free Trial Starting Dec. 25

Time to give lossless streaming a shot.

It's a surprisingly decent day for music streaming fans on Android TV, as not only did Tidal make its debut on the platform, but Pandora updated its Android TV app with plenty of new features.

Although there has been recent news about TIDAL's troubles, it appears the streaming service is still making a push to stand firm in the crowded marketplace. Tidal's first Apple TV app will support both music playback and music video playback which is ideal for home theaters and entertainment centers.

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First off, Tidal finally has an Android TV app that'll allow you to listen to songs, watch music videos, concerts, and quite a bit more. That should be plenty of time for folks to decide if they want to stick with the service, though there's no need to do not forget to cancel it after the 12 days are up - no credit card is required.

Once the free trial launches next week, all you'll have to do is enter your email address to begin listening. Just listen to the music, enjoy it, and don't worry about having to cancel so you don't get charged. The free trial will cover Tidal's Hi-Fi tier as well, so if you've been wanting to try out high-fidelity music, now is your chance.

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