Published: Fri, March 03, 2017
Electronics | By Lorenzo Hawkins

Spotify Hi-Fi feature in testing, offers lossless CD-quality streaming

Spotify Hi-Fi feature in testing, offers lossless CD-quality streaming

There are quite a few music streaming services out there that are fighting to capture music lovers' attention and Spotify might be among the best known solutions. First, it gives Spotify a product that directly competes with TIDAL HiFi, a lossless FLAC-based service TIDAL has offered since its inception.

Spotify seems to be the general public's go to platform for music streaming.

More information is sure to come in the following months if Spotify truly is pushing for a lossless audio plan.

As The Verge points out, the offers look like A/B price trials as Spotify figures out how much to charge for the new tier.

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Spotify is currently testing a new Hi-Fi feature, aptly titled Spotify Hi-Fi, which offers lossless CD quality audio - a feature that Tidal subscribers have enjoyed for a while now. One thing is for sure that if this service is liked by the existing Spotify users then definitely this music app will attract more users who use different applications for this goal. Some screenshots of the offer also mention discounts on limited-edition vinyl records and even a free record for signing up. The publication reports that the new tier was rolled out to a small group of users yesterday (February 28).

Some users have reported receiving an offer for the Spotify Hi-Fi service, where you will pay around $5-$10 on top of your $10 per month subscription fee for Spotify Premium.

"The Swedish streaming company has said that it has, ".no news to share at this time".

Keep your eyes peeled for a new Hi-Fi offering from Spotify coming, hopefully, soon.

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