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Now with more than 90 million songs, this puts Deezer’s library in joint first place with Apple Music and Amazon Music.
Deezer now has over 90 million tracks available for streaming, putting their catalog in line with Apple Music and Amazon Music as the largest from a major streaming service (excluding SoundCloud). For comparison of size, this beats Spotify who recently updated their About Spotify page to “over 82 million tracks”. TIDAL and YouTube Music follow with 80 million songs, while Qobuz and KKBOX both offer 70 million, and Napster come in at 60 million tracks. You can find the ten streaming services with the largest catalogs here.
Deezer also shared with us that 100% of their 90 million track library is now available Hi-Fi. Deezer’s HiFi tier, offered to US users for $14.99 per month and to UK Premium subscribers for £11.99 per month, streams music in lossless FLAC format at 16-bit/44.1 kHz. This is CD-quality and notably lower than other streaming services’ maximum quality, with the likes of Apple Music, Amazon Music, Qobuz and TIDAL HiFi Plus offering music up to 24-bit/192 kHz. That being said, this figure from competitors is a maximum and much of their catalog comes in at 24-bit/48 kHz or even 16-bit/44.1 kHz. Besides, it’s 90 million more tracks in Hi-Fi than Spotify offers.
Last year, Deezer launched Tune My Music, a tool that helps users transfer their libraries to Deezer from other streaming services. With such a sizable catalogue, you should be able to transfer the majority of your library without issues of missing tracks.