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first_imgNews Twitter Listening Everywhere: Plex Media Center App Integrates Optimized Tidal Experience Customizable interface and analytics-driven back end make music that you own or like easier to find quicklyPhilip MerrillGRAMMYs Nov 29, 2018 – 12:59 pm On Nov. 29 media-center app Plex and music service Tidal announced their optimized integration together accompanied by promotional discounts. The options for consuming music content online can be quite varied, and jumping between them can run into inconvenient incompatibilities — such as blending music in personal libraries into subscription-service playlists. Plex seeks to be users’ interface-of-choice, regardless of what device people are using.Earlier this month when Tidal announced its integration with Samsung wearables, the subscription service promised more announcements were ahead. This Plex deal is initially supported only on Plex’s mobile and desktop apps but will eventually expand across Plex’s other supported devices, including smart televisions and speakers. With this Tidal announcement, it is fair to say they have integrated with an integrator — it’s like digital-content integration squared. Email center_img Facebook Tidal Adds Integration With Plex Media Center App listening-everywhere-plex-media-center-app-integrates-optimized-tidal-experience The Plex blog hosts an extensive list of optimized features, all capable of making browsing or laid-back listening more enjoyable. But Plex’s main feature is that its details all work together, integrating private content with subscription access, using recommendation analytics in multiple fun ways across media types, and taking users’ preferences into account to enhance the experience. Tidal itself offers high-definition listening as well as a catalog of 244,000 music videos, giving Plex an immediate benefit of relating Tidal’s audio and video together in new ways.More details are available at the Plex website. Plex subscribers are offered a discount to try Tidal, and Tidal’s high-resolution subscribers can receive a free pass to try out Plex. Users of multiple devices will likely be tempted by the prospect of being able to enjoy their many choices more conveniently, and this will improve as Tidal-optimization spreads across Plex’s wide list of supported device platforms. Lovers of high-def music can appreciate Plex’s step up to support Tidal’s lossless tracks, making top-quality audio more widely available, which is always a good thing for music lovers.How Equity Shares Are Emerging As A Fair And Just Business Model For ArtistsRead morelast_img