Tidal Music Streaming Client & Library written in Swift
It supports all major features of the official Tidal app, while adding additional ones, like New Releases, Lyrics, automatic Dark Mode, Downloads & Offline Playback – all while being only 1/10th the size of the official app.
Info: I won't be working on TidalSwift in the foreseeable future as I have cancelled my Tidal subscription because they replaced most of the lossless library by MQA, which is not lossless. If you want me to continue working on TidalSwift, you can become a sponsor on GitHub so I can pay for the subscription.
You can download the latest version here. After downloading and unpacking the TidalSwift.zip, move the app to the Applications folder. If you get a GateKeeper warning on first launch, right-click the app, select open and confirm your action in the dialog popping up. Sometimes this needs to be done twice. Alternatively you can allow the app in System Settings -> Security.
Unlike the official Tidal app, TidalSwift can display new releases by your favorite artists.
Also, unlike the official app, it can display the Lyrics of the currently playing song.
This is a big one. The official desktop app still doesn't support offline playback – and probably never will. This app does!
It even goes a step further. You can download music to your hard drive and do with it whatever you want.
TidalSwift obviously supports the macOS Dark Mode.