TIDAL has finally announced the long-awaited Siri integration. Starting now, subscribers to the music streaming service can ask Apple’s personal assistant to play songs, playlists, albums and more on the platform. Here’s what you need to know about this update.
According to the company Twitter account, “TIDAL meets Siri.” Additionally, the music streaming service has also responded to a few users complaining over the past few months about the lack of integration with Apple’s personal assistant.
Over the past few months, TIDAL has also integrated another important feature for Apple Watch users by bringing offline playback to Apple’s smartwatch. On the other hand, the music streaming service still lacks integration with the HomePod and HomePod mini.
For the moment, apart from Apple Music, only Deezer and Pandora offer real integration with the HomePod. Unfortunately, Spotify and TIDAL have yet to integrate its service with Apple’s speakers.
Ever since Apple released iOS 14.5 last year, it’s possible to use a default music streaming service to play your favorite songs. With TIDAL finally offering Siri integration, it just got easier than ever. Just follow the steps below:
- Make sure you are using iOS 14.5 or later on your iPhone or iPad;
- Ask Siri to play an artist/song/album;
- Look for a new pop-up window to choose the service you want to use;
- Tap Yes to allow Siri to access data from TIDAL (or another app);
- Your music should start playing.
What do you think of this integration with Siri? What feature are you still waiting to see TIDAL add? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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