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Sep 8, 2021
Lossless music streaming has been a staple of major streaming services for the past few years, and far from Tidal being the only major service to offer this feature. Nowadays, companies like Apple Music, Amazon Music, and Deezer all offer lossless music streaming. In some cases, you have to pay extra for this feature, so too Android authority Readers open to this option? We asked that a few days ago, and that’s how you answered. x Results The poll was released on September 4th and received nearly 2,000 votes at the time of writing. The most popular choice? Well, ~ 55% of respondents say they are already paying for lossless music streaming. Oddly enough, few comments point to a specific paid streaming platform (Tidal and Qobuz). x Meanwhile, ~ 26% of surveyed readers disapprove of the idea of paying for lossless streaming, saying it just isn’t worth it. This is an understandable approach, especially when the difference between lossy and lossless music is hard to tell for many people (especially over bluetooth). Read more: The best music streaming apps and services for Android Finally, 18.5% of respondents say they fall by the wayside when paying for lossless streaming services. This may suggest that people are actually intrigued by quality music, but aren’t sure if it’s worth the money or if they actually notice a difference. It’s also worth noting that these types of surveys often attract enthusiasts rather than the average consumer. Still, it suggests that lossless music streaming already has a lot of fans.