It is easy to sign up for a Tidal account, especially for free plans. You don’t even need to fill in any payment information. However, you may have conveniently registered Tidal with multiple emails, since some older accounts are forgotten. When you realize this situation, you may want to delete the long-time unused Tidal accounts. You may also want to delete your Tidal account due to data privacy concerns when ending your subscription.
If you are using an iPhone or iPad, you can conveniently delete your Tidal account directly from the Tidal app. But if you are using an Android, Mac, or Windows computer, the Tidal apps on these devices don’t have such an option. In such cases, you will need to cancel your Tidal account by submitting a request on the website or contacting customer support. Here is how you can delete your Tidal account using these three methods, as well as how to access your Tidal playlists and favorite tracks even after account deletion.
Before deleting your Tidal account, please note that you will lose all the information related to the account, which cannot be recovered. Once your account is deleted:
If you are a paid user of Tidal, you can choose to cancel your Tidal subscription instead of canceling your account to retain your Tidal account information. Compared with deleting a Tidal Account, canceling your subscription will result in:
If you have installed the Tidal app on your iOS devices from the Apple App Store, there is a “Delete account” option within the mobile app you can use to directly delete your Tidal account. This method is only applicable to Apple devices such as iPhones or iPads and is not supported by the Tidal app on Android. Android users need to use other methods to delete their Tidal account, including borrowing an iPhone from friends or family and logging in to delete the account from there.
Step 1. Launch your Tidal app on your iPhone or iPad, and tap Settings(the gear icon) at the top right corner.
Step 2. Select Manage Account under Settings.
Step 3. Tap Delete account.
Step 4. Click Continue. Tidal will send a confirmation code to your email. Enter the code in the next step to complete the deletion of your Tidal account.
If you don’t have access to mobile devices from Apple, you can delete your TIDAL account and personal data by submitting a request on the Tidal website.
Step 1. Log in to your account at Tidal.com. Click “My Account” at the top right and select “Manage Account“.
Step 2. Select “Help” under your Profile.
Step 3. Scroll down and click the “Submit a Request” button.
Step 4. Choose “I am a subscriber and have a question” from the drop-down menu.
Step 5. Fill out the request form and click the “Submit a Request” button. Once your request is submitted successfully, the TIDAL Support team will email you the next steps.
The other way to delete your Tidal account is to contact Tidal customer support at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you write the email, you can use “Delete My Tidal account” as the subject and don’t forget to include your Tidal account’s username and email address in the letter. You may also state the reason why you wish to delete your Tidal account.
After you have sent the email, Tidal will get back to you in 24 hours to process your request.
To keep your Tidal playlists and your favorite tracks after deleting your Tidal account, the best way is to download them to MP3 or FLAC. For this purpose, the Pazu Tidal Converter is the ideal choice. This powerful tool enables you to convert any Tidal songs, albums, or playlists to a range of popular audio formats, including M4A, MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, and AIFF, on your Mac or Windows device. By following the simple steps outlined below, you can quickly and easily download Tidal music to MP3 or FLAC and enjoy your favorite tunes offline, anytime and anywhere.
Download, install, and run Pazu Tidal Converter on your Windows, which features a built-in Tidal web player.
If you have purchased a license, click the key icon to register the converter. If not, continue using the trial version.
Follow the onscreen instructions to log in to your Tidal account. Enter the credentials and hit Log In to proceed.
In addition to MP3, the Pazu Tidal Converter lets you download Tidal songs to M4A, AAC, FLAC, WAV, and AIFF. Click the Settings option (the cog icon) located at the top right corner to change the output format or output folder if you need.
You can also customize the output song name with any combination of Title, Artist, Album, Track Number, and Playlist Index.
Click any playlist you want to download.
Then click the red icon to load songs. All songs in the playlist will be added by default. You can uncheck the songs you don’t want to get.
Click the Convert button to start downloading Tidal music to MP3.
After conversion, click the folder icon to quickly locate the downloaded Tidal songs in the format you choose.
Download Tidal songs/albums/playlists to M4A etc