According to foreign media 9to5Mac reports, streaming music service Tidal updated today two important features are added to support for Apple CarPlay and optimized for iPhone X. Tidal joined rivals such as Apple Music, Pandora and Spotify to provide CarPlay with a dedicated application.
With CarPlay's support, Tidal's subscribers now have direct access to their full library of music from the car's CarPlay screen. This makes it easier for Tidal users to control their music without the iPhone.
In Tidal applications built specifically for the Apple CarPlay in-car system, users can easily choose their favorite songs, albums, and playlists under the "My Collection" heading. In addition, the app includes support for Tidal Explore, which provides users with recently released content, podcasts and other popular content.
In the meantime, with the addition of the Tidal app for iPhone X handsets, the app has been fully optimized for the device's new 5.8-inch screen and the top notch. Because of the Tidal application interface has a lot of black elements, so it looks on the iPhone X is still very good.
The following is a complete update of this Tidal 2.3.0 release:Support for Apple CarPlaySupport for iPhone X
Performance improvements and bug fixes
Currently, users can download version 2.3.0 of this Tidal application for free in the App Store. However, it should be mentioned that this application is currently not in the Chinese market. Earlier in the year, there were rumors that Apple was in talks with the famous rapper Jay-Z, hoping to acquire Tidal, his streaming music service. However, Apple later said they had no interest in acquiring other streaming services.