After releasing the feature to Android users back in January, Tidal has begun rolling out Mater quality audio support to those using iOS. The feature was first shown off at CES 2017 and is finally starting to make its way to the service’s mobile app users.
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 iOS users have been long overdue for the feature ever since its inception.
Version 2.7 of the iOS Tidal app brings Master audio support to your iPhone and iPad. You can update to it here.
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