Tidal enters deal for first streaming music subscription on Venmo

Feb. 5, 2019

Tidal has entered an agreement with Venmo to become the first music streaming service to allow members to use the platform for paid monthly subscriptions, according to a press release.

New users can select Venmo as a payment option when creating accounts on iOS or Android, while existing users can change their payment method to Venmo, by going to MyTidal.com and selecting Venmo for payment. Tidal members can pay using their linked bank accounts, Venmo balance, debit or credit cards.

"We want to ensure listening to music is a seamless experience for all users," said Lior Tibon, COO of Tidal, in the release. "Adding Venmo, one of the most popular digital wallets, gives members an unmatched level of convenience financially."

Tidal is an artist-owned streaming platform, with more than 60 million songs and 250,000 videos and is available in 53 countries around the world.


Topics: In-App Payments, Mobile Apps

Companies: Venmo

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