If you are an audiophile, then you must have heard of UAPP. UAPP, short for USB Audio Player Pro, is a must-have app to bypass all audio limits on Android devices. This high-quality media player supports USB audio DACs and HiRes audio chips, so users can play any resolution and sample rate that the DAC supports!
Currently, most audio formats are supported by UAPP such as WAV, FLAC, MP3, M4A, etc. Besides that, UAPP can stream music directly from Tidal, Qobuz, and Shoutcast. In this article, we are going to introduce an easy way to enjoy UAPP Tidal offline. If you are interested, just keep on reading to find out more useful information.
Part 1. Tool to Get USB Audio Player Pro Tidal Offline
Some users have reported that USB Audio Player Pro won't play Tidal tracks sometimes. Don't worry, the method we are going to introduce here will help you perfectly avoid this kind of streaming problem. Firstly, let's meet a powerful tool - AudFree Tidal Music Converter. Normally, with a Tidal Premium or HiFi subscription, subscribers can download music for offline playback on mobile devices, but not on desktop. This tool can help to break the limit and make it possible to download Tidal songs on a computer too.
AudFree Tidal Music Converter is the professional software well-designed to download and convert Tidal to FLAC, AAC, MP3, WAV, and other common audio formats. Adopting the advanced technology, it's capable of downloading Tidal MQA music and meanwhile keep all metadata of the music such as title, genre, album art, etc. Once you get the downloaded Tidal songs with original high quality, you can transfer them onto your Android devices and enjoy Tidal with UAPP offline.
Part 2. How to Play Tidal on USB Audio Player Pro Offline
Can UAPP play downloaded Tidal songs? Unfortunately, the answer is no when connecting UAPP with Tidal app. But once we get the downloaded Tidal music files with the assistance of AudFree Tidal Music Converter, we can get around with the Tidal app and play local music directly within the UAPP.
Before getting started, please install the free trial version of AudFree Tidal Music Converter on Mac or Windows computer along with the Tidal desktop app as well. Without further ado, let's dive in to see how to get Tidal USB Audio Player Pro playing offline.
- Step 1Add Tidal music to AudFree
- Open the AudFree Tidal Music Converter and you will find that the Tidal app launches shortly after. Now discover your favorite music or find your curated playlists from the Tidal desktop app. Right-click on the music to copy its link, then paste it to the search box on top of the AudFree interface. Hit the '+' button and the tracks will be loaded to AudFree, waiting for download.
- Step 2Set output parameters for UAPP Tidal
- Mac users please find the 'AudFree Tidal Music Converter' icon on the menu bar of your system, and Windows can go to the Menu icon from the upper-right corner. Then choose 'Preferences' and 'Convert' option. Here, you get to select the output audio format, bit rate, channel, sample rate, etc. If you have a Tidal HiFi subscription, we suggest you set output format as FLAC, sample rate as 48000 Hz, and bit depth in 24 bit to get the best of Master tracks.
- Step 3Download Tidal music for UAPP offline
- Now, you can press on the big 'Convert' button from the bottom-right to start the downloading and converting process at 5X speed on a Windows computer or 1X on Mac. On the interface, you will see the real-time process. When it all completes, simply click the 'Converted' icon to open the history list and locate the Tidal offline downloads in the output folder.
- Step 4Tranfer Tidal to UAPP on Android
- Now the final step is to connect your Android device to the computer via a USB cable and transfer the download Tidal Music onto Android. After that, ppen the UAPP app again, and go to Menu from the upper-right interface, select the folder where you just store your download Tidal songs. You can start playing Tidal on UAPP offline now. You'll see that all metadata of the Tidal songs are displayed on the screen, no different than using the native UAPP Tidal integration.
Final Words: Now that you've learned this easy way to play Tidal on UAPP offline, and there will be no more problems like UAPP Tidal not working. What do you think? We'd like to know your opinion on it.