Sonos today introduced Sonos System Software 3.4, a free software update that adds more music and more features to the Sonos music experience. Sonos 3.4 makes it easy to play
"The cool AirPlay feature for music is sending a song from an device to a speaker or receiver," said John MacFarlane, founder and CEO, Sonos, Inc. "Today Sonos improves the AirPlay experience with party mode so a modern music lover can send a song from his iPhone or to all the rooms in a home with perfect synchronization."
Apple AirPlay Music Sources on Sonos
Now you can stream songs from your iPhone, iPad or all over your home on Sonos. Connect an Apple Airport Express via line-in to any Sonos ZonePlayer and enjoy the only true, multi-room Apple AirPlay experience.
● Party Mode: Only on Sonos can you send a song from your device to multiple ZonePlayers throughout your home and enjoy that song in every room, simultaneously.
● Different songs in different rooms, Sonos-style: Only on Sonos can you play different music from your iTunes library in different rooms of the home. And it’s been that way since 2005.
Other Sonos 3.4 features include:
● Faster wireless control on your iPhone and iPad with iOS multitasking support. Find and play your music even faster with multitasking updates available on the free Sonos Controller for iPhone and Sonos Controller for iPad. Both are available for download from the iTunes App Store.
● More control with support for Sonos Controller for Android. Transform your favorite Android smartphone into a full-fledged Sonos Controller with a free app you can download from Android Market today. Sonos Controller for Android features innovative music voice search so you can find any artist, album or track by simply speaking into your phone.