Waze adds support for music streaming applications for its platform. The new music streaming service added is Tidal.
Starting today, Tidal members can control their music, playlists, and podcasts directly from the application, and receive driving instructions inside Tidal. If you are using an Android or iOS device, select the music icon on the home screen map and select Tidal.
If the music icon does not appear, you can go to settings and select the audio player, and add Tidal. The audio player widget allows users to play, pause and skip selected content without leaving the navigation screen.
After Tidal has been added to the audio player on Waze, members can view banners with quick directions in the Tidal app while changing what they want to listen to.
Tidal is currently compatible with other platforms and devices, such as Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Apple CarPlay, Roku, Samsung Wearable, and Sonos.
Tidal’s presence on Waze adds to the list of music streaming services
Tidal’s presence adds to the list of music streaming services supported by this map application. Before Tidal, Waze already supported Deezer, iHeartRadio, NPR One, NRJ Radio, Pandora, Radio.com, Scribd, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, TuneIn Pro, and YouTube Music services.