Tidal is a streaming platform that gives you access to about 80 million music from different artists in audio and video. It lets you access your favorite music from anywhere and download it to your mobile devices. This article will take you through the process of downloading any kind of audio from Tidal to your computer.

When you do, you can enjoy the music offline at your convenience.

Can I Download Music from Tidal on my Computer

Officially, you can only play Tidal music offline on a mobile device. The platform does not have a feature for enjoying the same privilege on a PC. However, there are trusted third-party apps that will give you unlimited access to music on Tidal from your computer. Let's get to them.

How to Download Music from Tidal on my Computer

Since Tidal is yet to support music download to computers, the best alternative is to download third-party applications like TunePat Tidal media downloader, DRmare Tidal music converter, and AudFree Tidal music converter.

Use DRmare

DRmare is one of the best third-party tools that let you download music from Tidal on your computer. Here are the steps:

  • Download DRmare Tidal Music Converter here.
  • Install and open the app to open Tidal.
  • Click the search button within the DRmare app. It is the magnifying glass icon at the top right of the page.
  • Search for your desired music. You can use the song, title, or album name. The result will display below the search field.
  • Next, copy the song link and paste it into the DRmare search bar.

Download Music from Tidal on Computer

  • Click on the plus sign ‘+’ button to load the selected song in the main window.

Download Music from Tidal on Computer

  • Now, click on the menu icon at the top of the page.


  • Next, select preferences to set your download preferences.


  • Click the Convert tab on the pop-up prompt so you can select an output format, select a channel, a bit rate, a sample rate, etc.


  • Click OK on the prompt.


  • Next, click the convert button at the bottom of the page, and the music will download to your computer.


Using TunePat Tidal Media Downloader

Here are the steps to download music from Tidal on your computer using the TunePat Tidal media downloader.

  • Download and install the TunePat Tidal media downloader on your computer. Click here to download the app for Windows, or here for macOS.
  • Launch the app and log into your Tidal account.
  • Click the Settings button, the gear icon, at the top right corner of the screen.
  • Select your preferred output, AUTO, MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, or ALAC. Set the audio quality, choose the download location, and set other options as you desire.
  • Close the settings window by clicking the X icon at the top right corner of the settings prompt.
  • Click a collection from the left pane of the page so you can select your desired songs. You can select the Playlists, Albums, Tracks, or Artists options. Then, click the blue Add button at the bottom right corner.
  • Next, select the songs you want to download and click on the Convert Now button at the button of the page.
  • Click the History button when the conversion is complete to see the downloaded music.

Note that TunePat has a trial version, but you will have access to its full features when you subscribe to a paid plan.

Additional Tip

There are other tools you can use instead of the ones discussed above. One such tool is AudFree Tidal Music Converter which works almost the same as DRmare. You can download and install it on your computer which will connect to Tidal once you launch it. Then, you can download Tidal music on your computer with a few steps.


While you can download Tidal music to your mobile devices, the feature is yet to be enabled for PCs. However, you can use third-party apps discussed in this post in that regard to achieving your goal.

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