Tidal subscribers can now stream music and control playback directly from their Apple Watch. The streaming service provides access to tracks, albums, playlists, and downloaded content that users can listen to without an internet connection. The watchOS app is available on the App Store.
Tidal is not the first global music streaming service supporting offline playback on Apple Watch. Last week, Spotify added offline playback support on cellular Apple Watch, allowing users to stream and control playback of their favorite songs directly from their wrist.
Tidal has over 70 million tracks and 250,000 videos giving users a lossless audio experience and high-fidelity sound quality. Users can enjoy 30 days subscription trial and after the trial ends users get to choose between four different plans starting at $9.99 per month.