If you live in the UK or Germany and you have a Sonos speaker (or speakers), then you get an additional new treat today. That is, if you have an Amazon Prime account. Aside from the two-day guaranteed delivery, paying your
If you think that Apple Music was just content to be available in Google Play Stores for Android devices, then you probably aren’t looped in their plan for world domination. Wait, we mean digital world domination. The Sonos
First came Spotify, Google Play Music, Rhapsody, and Tidal that were available to stream on Sonos’ world class speakers. The newest music streaming service that can now be streamed onto various speakers in their line is
If you’re dying to get your hands on the brand new Sonos PLAY:5 wireless speaker, you’d have to wait a little bit more. It won’t start shipping until the middle of this month, but at least, you can now start pre-ordering.
Gone are the days when in order for your music to come out on speakers, you need wires and bells and whistles. Music streaming is now not just for your smartphones but also for speakers around the house or office. If your speaker
With the advent of music streaming apps and various earphones and headphones for mobile devices, listening to music together, either as a family or as a group of friends with various musical interests, has become a lost art.
More sound enhancements and and music experience upgrades are delivered by the latest Sonos software update. We’re now on the 5.4 version and just like the previous one (Sonos 5.3), this version brings a slew of
Sonos and Spotify have been making sweet music together for some time now and a recent update will even make things better. As one of the more popular music streaming apps today, Spotify is the choice of many Android users (me
Sonos has always been one of the top music apps on Google Play Store and its developer has just updated it to version 5.3. The Sonos app for phones and tablets has gotten even better, faster, and easier to use, thanks to more UX
Audio streaming app Sonos has brought (and brought back) several new features to its beta version, and it looks like they’re really pushing multi-room features and functionalities to attract even more audiophiles to try