After a two-year wait period.

After making the feature available to Mac, Windows, and iOS users, Tidal has finally announced it plans to make its “Master” quality audio streaming available to Android users. The update comes after the feature initially debuted at CES 2017 two years ago.

In case you’re unfamiliar, Tidal’s Master audio quality uses the MQA audio codec to stream high-resolution audio in a lossless container like WAV or FLAC at around 96 kHz/24 bit. In general, it’s supposed to make your music sound better, and Android users have been long overdue for the feature ever since its inception.

According to Tidal, Android users with a HiFi premium subscription can expect to see the update beginning this week.

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