Just a few short weeks ago, a gaggle of the biggest names in music gathered to announce Jay Z’s new streaming music service, Tidal. I remind you of this fact because, statistically speaking, you’ve probably already forgotten about it: Tidal is now the 50th most popular music app in the iTunes store, and doesn’t even crack the top 700 overall.
Will Apple Try To Save Jay Z's Tidal Crash Now? - http://movietvtechgeeks.com/will-apple-try-to-save-jay-zs-tidal-crash-now/-After allegedly trying to kill Jay Z’s Tidal business, Apple might suddenly play the white knight and rush in to save it after it launches Apple Music, sort of. Now that Tidal has some major problems brewing, will the behemoth Apple really need to?
Tidal is enjoying its time in the spotlight. The Jay Z-owned music streaming app recently shot to the top of the App Store thanks to the fact that right now it's the only place you can stream Kanye West's new album, "The Life of Pablo." And Tidal is offering a 30-day free trial (or 90-day free trial for Beyoncé fans) to entice new users.
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