Spotify delays the long-awaited feature for endless prime users
Following the announcement of the service early last year, Spotify has been silent about the release of the HiFi series which was expected for the rest of 2022. It promised to release the series without loss released later that year, but we are now a few weeks into 2022 and Spotify HiFi is yet to be announced.
In a community forum post, the latter service acknowledged that the feature has been permanently disabled. A company representative confirmed that there is currently no timeline for its release, which could disappoint those who expect it to arrive.
"We know HiFi quality sound is important to you. We feel the same way, and we are excited to deliver the Spotify HiFi experience to Premium users in the future. But we don't have time details to still share, "a Spotify representative said. said.
Spotify HiFi was first announced in February last year, but it may have been available to a small number of users as part of a trial a few years earlier. Back in 2022, a small group of subscribers were encouraged to upgrade to the no-lose rate for an additional $ 5 to $ 10 per month in addition to their already high subscription.
The latest entry at Spotify should not let your hopes one day be able to listen to lossless, CD quality audio. When it is finally released, there will be strong competition against the HiFi series from some of the best music streaming services, such as Tidal. HiFi Tidal rate costs $ 10 per month and includes unlimited access to curated playlists and teams.
Spotify's HiFi rating, on the other hand, will require major subscribers to update their plan to access high - quality streaming. This means paying an additional fee in addition to their current subscription, although the price is currently unknown.