I have a US AppStore account too and can sign up for a trail after which it’s ₹1850/month for individual plan. I haven’t used it for a long time so was asking to re-verify the card details. Otherwise this will work.No luck yet, they need a US credit card to avail the trial. Not sure if we can get a trial subscription via Apple store, will give it a try and let you know.
I tried to sign up a few times today. Created a login via the voucher I got from Audirvana for a 3 month trial. But I get stuck at payment stage. Definitely need a credit card from a supported country.it is necessary to have a credit card issued from the country u subscribe from.( friends or relatives etc).
VPN simply do not work with qobuz unlike tidal. we had tried various methods .
BTW qobuz sounds way better than tidal.
Tidal connect / spotify connect features make it easier to use them from the native app .
qobuz connect feature is still not heard of -although u can do chromecast
qobuz USA is cheaper than UK due to lower exchange rate with Indian Rupee.
I use via Audirvana and Tidal sounds better that way. So I’ll try Qobuz the same.yess i am using native app and sounds little organic and lively as no mqa and most of the albums are in 16 bit 44.1khz . and hindi catalogue is vast
Their UI is pretty poor compared to other streaming services. But their discovery is pretty good. That said, Roon/Audirvana supports it seamlessly, if you are looking for something simple, just hook it with BubbleUPnP.I also feel Qobuz SQ is slightly better than Tidal. But Qobuz is behind Tidal in connectivity, UI, Playlists, Song discoverability/suggestions etc. Whether it is worth or not to move to Qobuz is really depends on the individual. If SQ is utmost priority for you, then you need to try Qobuz once.