I have been using Tidal since it came to the US. Gave Qobuz a try when it came to the US. Currently using Amazon HD. Tidal is my favorite and that is partly based on me having it for so long. Qobuz did not impress me enough to leave Tidal. Amazon HD has made me think about leaving Tidal based on Amazon's curated playlists, which I always thought was Tidal's shortcoming. Then I recently tried Tidal's artist based radio stations again and they apparently have improved them significantly. Since I only want to keep one Hi-Res service, for me Tidal will most likely be the one I stay with. As far as sound quality, I think they are all very similar.
I have a Pandora subscription that only costs $4.99 and I love their curated playlists. Good for background music and gatherings. I am considering dropping Pandora and replacing it with Amazon, but I may not want to pay the extra few dollars a month.
Just my thoughts on streaming music services.
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