Yes, it has. When you go to the homepage of the TIDAL app the top banner still has the more popular (and what you would interpret as biased) selection but right below it I get the following (in this order):
- Recently Played (obviously reflects my tastes)
- Suggested New Tracks (recommendations based on what I’ve played; pretty good discovery of new content related to my specific tastes)
- Suggested New Albums (again, based on my tastes)
- Popular Playlists (does not reflect my tastes; popular content)
- Mixes for You (automatically generated playlists based on my tastes; pretty good mix)
- MQA Albums (generally tend to have more genre variety)
As you can see, the app now predominantly pushes stuff it thinks you will like (in my case that’s rock, jazz, blues, metal…). This was not the case a year or two before. You do have to use TIDAL for it to learn your preferences though…
I tried Amazon Music and found the app less tailored than TIDAL. You get a similar top banner of “featured” albums based on popular tastes and a few tailored playlists.
Qobuz has probably the most genre variety in their “intro” home page and you can easily select the genre of choice and browse new content, playlists, etc. However, it lacks the recommendation features you will find in TIDAL, Spotify, Apple Music, etc.