If you’ve always wanted to know what the streaming music service Tidal offers, the next 12 Days will allow you to have free [VIDEO]access. This free trial will also include TIDAL’s HiFi tier for listening to high-fidelity music. TIDAL is co-owned by Jay-Z and Sprint. A regular premium subscription is priced at $9.99 per month and the HiFi tier is $19.99 per month. There is already a 30-day free trial for its regular and HiFi tier but for this 12-day free trial you don’t need a credit card to sign up, just an email address.

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TIDAL will feature new content

With the hope of attracting new users, the company launched an application for Apple TV and Android TV devices for easier access to music and videos on a larger screen.

TIDAL will be adding new content every single day for users to watch [VIDEO] or listen to. This includes four new series such as "Fresh Cuts," where performers discuss details of their personal goals and music while getting a haircut, and "Rough Draft," which features artists discussing and performing the first song or rap they ever wrote.

Other new content will be "Rap Radar" podcast, music videos, playlists, and ticket giveaways. On New Years Eve, there will be curated playlists to prepare you for the new year festivities and playlists on the 1st to start the year off right.

Start off the year right

TIDAL is one of the top subscription-based music and video streaming services in the US that has allowed fans to preview the application before using a subscription.

The free preview will act as a promotion period for the Music Streaming Service.

“Heading into 2018, we’re looking forward to giving TIDAL members more access and a high-quality soundtrack to everyday life," Tony Gervino, TIDAL's vice president of culture & content, said in a statement via PR Newswire. “We value what music and music culture means to people and trust this preview will give music fans a taste of the elevated music experience that TIDAL is offering its customers.”

Fans will have access to TIDAL from the official mobile application on phones and tablets, the website itself, and a desktop application.

TIDAL was founded in 2014 and has grown both in terms of its subscribers and music library of 25 million tracks. This is the perfect time to take advantage of TIDAL’s 12-day trial and access tons of free content before deciding to buy a subscription for yourself.

What do you think of this 12-day free trial?