Sonos Controller app lands on Android tablets

Sonos Controller app lands on Android tablets
If having a bunch of wires running across your home is not your cup of tea, you have probably heard of Sonos and the wireless Hi-Fi systems that the company offers. And you know what is really cool about their audio gear? Why, the convenience of easily controlling them from your smartphone, of course.

But the Sonos wireless systems just got even cooler today. The company announced that the Controller app is now available for Android tablets, meaning that you can have total control over your tunes straight from your Android slate. Of course, the app's interface is optimized for devices with larger screens such as the Amazon Kindle Fire, Motorola XOOM, Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 and the rest of the bunch, but the good stuff does not end here. The new software has an alarm system built-in, offers a set of library management tools, and features Twitter support. On top of all that, the Slacker music streaming service is now accessible through the Controller application (just like over a dozen more), while Spotify integration has been greatly improved.

For further details, feel free to check out the press release below. The app itself is already available on the Android Market and can be downloaded at no charge.

Sonos Controller [Android Market link]

source: Sonos

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