MacNN | Sonos Controller for iOS gets update
Mac News Network View: Standard | Headlines | Categorized | Slim
Mac News Network
Mac News iPod News Reviews Forums
 

Desktop Headlines
Sonos Controller for iOS gets update
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 @ 1:05pm

Wireless music streaming solution Sonos saw an update recently, one that brings the ability to stream music and podcasts directly from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to anywhere with a Sonos speaker or player. The update is compatible with iOS 6, and it allows users to stream music from any source seamlessly as part of the same playlist. It is available as a free download at the App Store.



The update allows users to stream music from an iOS device's library, as well as music from streaming services such as Pandora, Spotify, rdio, and so forth. Users are able to play different tracks in different, Sonos-connected rooms, as well. Since Sonos creates its own network specifically for music playback, it can play music in sync between rooms with no interruption due to traffic on a user's home broadband network.

Comments on this Article
Print Friendly Version
Email to a Friend
Add MacNN to Your RSS Feeds
Buy from the Apple Store


Related Stories:

Today's MacNN Stories:

  • European Commission approves Apple acquisition of Beats - 10:08 AM EST
  • Uber closes Javascript hack exposing driver review of passengers - 9:40 AM EST
  • New MacBook Pros could be released on Tuesday - 9:20 AM EST
  • Sign in Chinese store may show next-gen Retina MacBook Pro specs - 2:16 AM EST

    Today's iPodNN Stories:
  • Amazon opens 3D printing store with curated list of customizable items - 7:52 AM EST
  • Mayor promises 5G mobile network across London by 2020 - 6:19 AM EST
  • LG G Vista leak claims 5.7-inch display, mid-range specifications - 5:45 AM EST
  • Briefly: PS4 3D Blu-ray support, Amazon card reader speculation - 6:14 PM EST
  • Maingear launches Pulse 15, 15-inch gaming notebook with 3K display - 1:50 PM EST
  • No comments posted on this story yet. Please post yours.
    Your Comments
    In order to post comments, you must be a registered member of the MacNN Forums and logged in. Please login with your MacNN Forums username and password.

    MacNN Forums Login:

    MacNN Forums Password:

    Not a member of the MacNN forums? Register now for free.