Rap mogul Jay-Z’s music streaming service Tidal is now accessible through a couple of additional platforms. It may not have a lot of subscribers in comparison to other services such as Spotify and Apple Music but it has come to develop a dedicated fanbase over the past couple of years. The Tidal faithful will be happy to find out that the service has now gained support for Android Auto and Amazon Fire TV.

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Tidal has gradually been expanding its footprint to more platforms. It added support for Android TV in December last year and is now landing on the competing Fire TV platform which also powers Amazon’s Chromecast rival, the Fire TV Stick.

The Fire TV interface will have two main screens titled Home and My Collection with the former displaying curated playlists and new content while the latter will offer personalization options. The search feature will lets users dig through the catalog to discover new music.

The two main screens will be called My Collection and Explore on the Android Auto user interface. My Collection will list all of the content that the user has download whereas the latter is meant for display top content and playlists.

Amazon Fire TV users can now download the Tidal app from the platform’s app store whereas the Android Auto support has been baked into the existing Tidal app for Android.

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