1. Stephen Pedersen1's Avatar
    Title says it all. I don't know which to invest in for mobile. The Spotify app is garbage. MS Groove is on its last leg. Which is better, Tidal or Deezer? I wont be using the high end streaming that tidal offers so that isn't an option. I do like to discover new playlists though. Can anybody give me some pros and cons of both, or some comparisons?

    I'm shocked that Windows Central hasn't helped us out here.
    10-23-2017 07:08 PM
  2. Stephen Pedersen1's Avatar
    600 views and no replies? Where are windows phone users going to go when Groove shuts down? Help a brother out.
    Spaceback likes this.
    10-28-2017 05:40 PM
  3. Newguru's Avatar
    Perhaps this is to late of a response, but I personally use Deezer and I'm quite happy with it..! The mobile app is good (although you have to have it in the foreground if you want to download music. If you so much as drop the notification center down, the download won't mos certainly proceed - the same as Groove was, anyway!

    Besides that, the app works like a charm and it's great looking also. You can even subscribe for 3 months (premium account for .99 cents (€ cents in my case) - I think that promotion is still valid..

    Haven't tried Tidal yet, but intend to do that when I have my Hi-fi setup at home (currently on renovations).

    Hope this helps!
    11-22-2017 05:03 AM
  4. anon(10324754)'s Avatar
    I like Deezer. The app is pretty good and most importantly it's on W10M.
    11-22-2017 05:06 AM

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