Soon, Tidal will launch an Android version of its “Early Access” beta program for new features.

In the past few years, Tidal has garnered some popularity for hosting high-definition audio for streaming. Tidal is far from flawless even if it has a respectable fan base. With its Early Access Program, which is now in beta, Tidal is asking consumers to test out new features and updates.

We didn’t begin using music streaming as our default method of audio consumption until a few years ago. Music was either downloaded or played from a physical medium prior to that development; hi-fi streaming services like Tidal started to appear much earlier.

For those that desire the highest level of detail and clarity in their music, even on the go, there is Tidal. That has a cost, of course. The most expensive Tidal tier for a single user will run you about $20/month, which is much more than most streaming providers.

But there is one added benefit. Customers who purchase Tidal’s HiFi Plus subscription will get access to the new early access list. Users who sign up for the highest membership tier receive emails from Tidal announced this new program informing them that they will be able to preview the newest features. Before these features are made available to the general public, you will also be able to provide input to the development team.

The Tidal Early Access Program is now exclusively accessible to iOS users via the TestFlight app from Apple. Having said that, Tidal has stated that Android support is imminent.

Currently, this program is only available for iOS (iPhones), but don’t worry—we’ll soon make it available for Android as well.

We don’t even know if the Early Access Program will eventually be made available to additional customers or when Tidal will begin spreading it out to Android HiFi Plus users.

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