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  • Writer's pictureCraig Whitaker

Sonos App Upgrade is Coming

For our Sonos clients, an app upgrade is scheduled for May 7. This update aims to enhance the overall customer experience by addressing feedback-driven issues such as tab management, visual themes, and speed/reliability. It's important to note that this is an upgrade, not a new app. If you have automatic updates enabled, the upgrade will occur seamlessly. Otherwise, you can manually initiate the update in your app settings. We recommend enabling automatic updates for future convenience.


Rest assured, this upgrade will maintain compatibility with all currently supported Sonos products. The revamped app consolidates content from over 100 streaming services onto a single page and offers more accessible group controls.


For clients opting out of the upgrade, you can disable automatic updates in Settings. However, to access the latest features, bug fixes, and security updates, we encourage everyone to utilize automatic updates.


Looking ahead, future updates will introduce features like playlist creation/editing, queue editing, sleep timers, and local library setup.


For more details, please watch the video by clicking the link below.

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