Musaic adds integrated support for TIDAL
British audio start-up Musaic has today (( November 2016) released its new control app for iOS and Android, bringing major updates including built-in support for high-resolution streaming service TIDAL.
The app also features an expanded internet radio service, adding access to thousands of additional radio stations and a new section for podcasts. Musaic has also added two new free services, Palco and audioBoom, to its list of supported music sources.
The new Musaic app provides access to TIDAL’s catalogue of over 40 million songs which can be listened to on Musaic’s smart speakers in lossless High Fidelity CD quality. TIDAL account holders can browse millions of tracks, curated editorial recommendations, playlists and more through a display of icons and album artwork in the Musaic app.
A new internet radio service powered by Airable by TuneIn provides more than 30,000 radio stations from all over the world and is kept up to date by TuneIn’s team of editors. New stations are constantly added ensuring a source of freely accessible music, news and entertainment
CEO Matthew Bramble said: “We’re really excited to launch support for TIDAL – our smart speakers and audio devices support lossless High Fidelity audio which makes Musaic the ideal music system for streaming TIDAL content. Our new app also provides free access to more than 30,000 internet radio stations, a vast range of podcasts via our own service as well as audioBoom, and a huge catalogue of Latin music via Palco. We’re committed to broadening our wide offering of streaming services and have several more in development which will be announced soon.”
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