Originally Posted by highd3f
How come you don't use TIDAL for traveling? I found that the recommendation algorithm to be very good and accurate. If I play a song from one artist, the following song will match the genre and the mood, at least in my experience. As far as mobile data goes, you can easily adjust the streaming audio quality or download albums for offline listening. TIDAL would be a perfect on-the-go companion if only I could add my own music like you can on Apple Music and Google Play Music. What about the songs that's aren't on Pandora, but that are in your music library on your home computer? Do you have a way of listening to those songs or do you just then let Pandora play whatever it recommends?
I'll give Tidal another try in the car using a song from a favorite artist (instead of a playlist) and see how it goes. I have most of my favorite music files on my iPhone, but never use them anymore. Same with home computer files on network. Streaming just seems easier and adds more variety.
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