TIDAL is a global music and entertainment platform that brings artists and fans together through unique music and content experiences. If you have TIDAL media streaming app on your phone, and a Google Chromecast dongle, you are up for some interesting news in here. TIDAL has finally updated the app with the ability to cast both audio and video to a Google Chromecast when it is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your device.
Update your TIDAL app (version 1.14.0 for iOS and Android), if you haven’t done so yet, and you will be able to see an integrated Cast option that will pop up on your playback screen. You can then select which Chromecast you would like your audio or video to be streamed to. Your phone or tablet will always show up as the default playback source, but you can change which output you’d like to have just by using this feature.
This much awaited update also brings some software bug fixes and Play Queue Improvements for both iOS and Android.
TIDAL is available in around 46 countries, with more than 40 million song catalog and nearly 90,000 high quality videos. The service offers high-fidelity, CD sound quality music and high resolution video. The Jay Z owned streaming service has the commitment of artist owners that believe in creating a more sustainable model for the music industry. Even though Spotify and Apple Music are more popular, TIDAL has got quite a niche market comprising music lovers and fans. Check it out by installing the app from the Google Play store.