The first wireless HiFi home audio music speaker Sonos has finally connected with Apple Music. On Tuesday, it has announced that Apple Music will be available from 11th of February (Wednesday) on Sonos devices worldwide. Now users can enjoy all the services from Apple Music catalog like, For you, New, Radio, and also My Music through this smart wireless speaker.
Sonos is a top of the line arrangement of remote speakers that requires that music played on them be lined up through its own product. Clients won’t have the capacity to stream music to a Sonos speaker through the Apple Music application, just through Sonos’ own application.
Sonos is by a wide margin the most well- known remote sound framework utilized by the 100 biggest custom gadgets installers. While Sonos has for a long time offered a rundown of spilling administrations including Spotify and Tidal, it beforehand did not connect with Apple Music.
Since a week, Sonos has been tested by more than a hundred thousand audience members through an effective beta program that began right on time in December. To stream Apple Music on Sonos, clients essentially select “Add Music Services” from any Sonos controller application, look down to the Apple Music symbol, and log in.
“The feedback from Apple Music members on Sonos during the beta period has been great,” Apple internet software and services boss Eddy Cue said in a statement.
Based on Federico Viticci’s experience with the beta, he wrote a feedback about Sonos on Mackstories:
Overall, Apple Music integration is good news for users who own a Sonos system. The Sonos app is okay and streaming from Apple Music works well, as does search. But if you want the full Apple Music experience, you’ll still have to use the Music app on your iPhone and iPad.