The Sonos Controller app for Android has finally received another update today bringing the music app to version 3.6 and it is available now. The popular hi-fi speakers come in many varieties and if you own any you’ll be happy to know today’s update brings plenty of much needed features, including Slacker Radio support.

If you want to learn more you can view our Sonos Controller hands-on video with a few pictures and details on how everything works. The app received an update back in July with SD support and additional languages but today’s update gives us a bunch of new awesome features.

We now have extended support for Spotify with more features like checking your inbox and more. They’ve added full Slacker Radio integration, support for Android 2.2 and above tablets (including the Kindle Fire). We’ve been hoping for a tablet specific application with neat controls and options that will take advantage of the larger screen space but that hasn’t happened yet. We also have alarm and AAC+ codec support with the latest version of Sonos Controller.

All the details are available along with the latest version in the Android Market. Give it a try or update today by clicking here.