How to Stream Tidal Music on iPad
Why do people love Apple products? The electronic products developed by Apple is super friendly and easy to use? Does it makes our life so much simpler? Is it an excellent device for productivity? No matter, we have to admit that the Apple ecosystem is cool. You are allowed to answer the call of iPhone on your iPad or MacBook. File sharing is also convenient among Apple devices.
As you know, the iPad is an all-in-one entertainment device for streaming music and videos, playing games, reading ebooks, taking photos, making designs, and so on. So today we want to summarize the effective methods about how to stream Tidal Music on an iPad.
Part 1: Stream Tidal Music on iPad with a Free / a HiFi Account
What is Tidal Music? Officially, Tidal Music is the only music platform that provides users high fidelity audio, MQA music tracks, 360 Reality Audio and Dolby Atmos. You can stream Tidal Music on its supported devices, including smart speakers (Sonos, Roon, Naim, Denon and etc.), smart TVs or streamers (Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Samsung TV and etc.), car (CarPlay, Android Auto and etc.), iPad, iPhone, Android and so on.
Besides, Tidal Music is a subscription-based music, podcast and video streaming service. In other words, if you wish to enjoy Tidal on your iPad, you should become its member at first. Normally, you can sigh up to be a Tidal Free user. Or you can pay $9.99 per month for a Tidal HiFi account or $19.99 for a Tidal HiFi Plus account. Once you become a subscriber of Tidal, you can listen to favorite songs online or if needed, you can choose to enjoy Tidal offline using its offline mode under the HiFi plan. The thing you should do is to install the Tidal Music app to your iPad. Then download target songs from Tidal and enable Offline mode on the Settings page of the Tidal app.
If you want to have a try before purchasing the Tidal service, you could enjoy a three-month free trial of Tidal on your iPad. The free trial includes Tidal Premium and Tidal HiFi, which will give you a chance to sample the best audio quality that Tidal offers. When the trial time ends, you should pay $9.99 or $19.99 for continuing to connect to the Tidal app.
How to listen to Tidal Music on iPad without a subscription? Read the Method 2.
Part 2: Listen to Tidal Music on iPad Offline
In fact, you can take full advantage of the 3-month free trial time. You can get a 3rd party to convert the protected Tidal music tracks into local files. There are many choices on the market and Tidabie Tidal Music Converter is undeniably the top one. With the program, you can export Tidal Music as MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, ALAC or AIFF files from Tidal Web Player with ease. The converted files would be the real files. In other words, you are free to share the songs with friends or families via email, text messages or just stream the Tidal songs on multiple devices, even the devices that are unsupported by the Tidal app at the same time.
Comes with a modern yet compact user interface, Tidabie allows users to get wanted tracks on simple steps with lossless CD quality and important metadata like Artist, track title, album title, track number and etc. Given actual needs, we provide a 10X faster conversion speed than other traditional audio recorders. In this way, you can get what you want in the shortest possible time.
Let’s view the detailed steps together. Please download and install one Tidabie onto your computer at first.
Required Tool - Tidabie Tidal Music Converter
STEP 1 Log In to your Tidal Account
Firstly, double click to open Tidabie and hit on the Open Tidal Web Player button in the middle of the page. Follow the instructions to click on the Log In option to use your account. You can rest assured that this operation is simply for connecting to the Tidal library. You can log it out at any time and Tidabie will never take any information from your account.
STEP 2 Change the Output Settings Before Conversion
Select the Settings icon from the upper right corner to find a smaller window. You can customize the following parameters:
Output Format: MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, ALAC, AIFF
Output Quality: 320kbps, 256kbps, 192kbps, 128kbps (The actual output quality is determined by the original song.)
Output Folder: You can new a folder to save these files.
Output File Name: Track Number, Title, Artist, Album or Playlist index are all allowed to be added.
Output Organized: The files can be sorted out by Artist, Album, Artist/Album, or Album/Artist.
After Converting: Select Do nothing, Open the output folder or Put system options are available.
STEP 3 Convert Tidal Music to MP3
After finishing the setup, open a playlist, album, song, artist or podcast you would like to convert. Click to enter it and find the Add to list button. Once you click on the button, all music tracks will be automatically listed on a pop-up. All items here would be selected by default and you can adjust the items manually if needed. Now, click on Convert.
STEP 4 Move the Converted Songs to the iPad
You need to do nothing but wait with patience. After conversion, you can find the songs on the History module, play the songs within Tidabie and browse the converted items on the local disk. Navigate to that folder. Connect your iPad to the computer via USB cable, then copy and paste the converted music tracks from your computer to your iPad.
That's it! Now you can enjoy Tidal music on your iPad without connecting to the internet.
Notice: The free trial version of Tidabie Tidal Music Converter only allows you to convert the first 3 minutes of each track. You can purchase the full version to unlock the limits.
Above are what we recommend you to stream tidal music on an iPad. You can start a 3-month free trial and keep paying the money for getting access to the Tidal library. However, the best way is to get desired tracks via Tidabie Tidal Music Converter during the free subscription time and then you can keep the songs forever. Become a Tidabie member now and you can get free version updates and technical support in the future.