Good news to all audiophiles out there. Amazon has just announced that its Amazon Cloud Player is now available on any Sonos Wireless HiFi System. So if you’ve got a pretty neat collection of songs from your favorite artists on Amazon’s Cloud, then you can now play that funky music on any Sonos Wireless HiFi System. Amazon Cloud Player for Sonos allows users to play, search, and control your music using the Sonos app for iOS and Android.
To begin, you’ll need to register your Sonos system first to begin using Cloud Player and install the Sonos controller on your device. But if you haven’t tried any of Sonos’s awesome speakers, you can always do your shopping via Amazon. “Our goal is to enable customers to enjoy all their music, wherever they are, and on any device. Launching on Sonos today is an important part of that strategy, as our customers have been asking us to add Sonos to the list of compatible Cloud Player devices ever since we first launched Cloud Player,” said Steve Boom, vice president of Digital Music for Amazon.
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