Sonos Controller Arrives for Android

Initially expected to show up in March, the official Sonos Controller for Android has arrived today.  If you can count yourself among those that own a Sonos S5 (or any Sonos ZonePlayer), then you’ll definitely want to download the free app for your handset. Features include voice search, album artwork, toggling songs between devices, volume control, and much more.

…Music fans can now enjoy an unmatched wireless music experience in the home. Access and play all the music on earth—from the Internet and your personal music library—throughout the home, wirelessly. Play the same song in every room of the house – perfectly synchronized. Or mix it up and play different songs in different rooms.

Hit the press release or the Android Market for more details on the Sonos Controller application for Android 2.1-2.3.3 devices.

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1 Comment

  1. Nick
    April 19, 15:34 Reply

    Looks like a nice app, especially for free.

    Shame i dont know of anyone who owns a Sonos.

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