Jay Z's Tidal No Longer Top 700 iPhone App

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Tidal, a Top 20 iPhone app in the United States two week ago, is no longer one of the top 700 apps for the carrier, according to BGR.

Jay Z’s streaming service announced in March that it would be paying artists a higher royalty rate than Spotify and Pandora.

Shares of Aspiro, the parent company of the Swedish music streaming service Tidal that was purchased by Hov last month for $56 million, spiked 938% 

Last week that Andy Chen, the CEO of Jay Z’s Aspiro, the parent company of the Swedish music streaming service Tidal that was purchased by Hov last month for $56 million, left the company.

As Tidal loses ground, Pandora and Spotify are now the #3 and #4 on iPhone’s revenue chart in the United States, respectively, the BGR story says.

Dr. Dre’s Beats Music is also been appearing on iPhone’s Top 20 revenue chart domestically. 

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