Want to try Tidal? The streaming service will be free for 12 days starting Christmas

Want to try Tidal? The streaming service will be free for 12 days starting Christmas

If you’ve been thinking to try Tidal service but have been hesitating, you will now have your chance without dropping a dime. Tidal is really getting into the holiday spirit this year and has a great offer for everyone. The streaming service will be opening its platform to everyone for 12 days starting on Christmas.

You will not be required to input a credit card, let me point that out first and get it out of the way. The free trial of Tidal will cover the streaming service’s Hi-Fi tier as well, so if you’ve been wanting to give the Hi-Fi music a try, you will now get the chance to.

In addition to offering a 12 days of free streaming, Tidal will also be releasing exclusive content each day of the trial, including four new original content series’, music videos, documentaries on Rapsody and Trombone Shorty, and interviews. If that wasn’t enough, Tidal says they will also be giving away some concert tickets during the trial period as well.

Tidal has been struggling for quite some time now and has failed to attract a lot of users. Services like Spotify and Apple Music have been attracting subscribers left and right that Tidal has continued to struggled with around 2 million users. The streaming service, however, has issued a number of updates to its services to help improve experience. For example, the company has added support for Apple CarePlay, Sonos controls, and brought TV apps on Apple TV and Android TV.

The trial period begins on Christmas Day and will last until January 5th. Mark your calendars to give Tidal a shot if you haven’t already.

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