The Sonos Controller App is now available on the Kindle Fire (and other Android tablets).
Add Slacker, Android tablets, and Kindle Fire to Sonos's bag of tricks.
Starting today, the Sonos Controller app will be available on most Android tablets, as well as the Kindle Fire. The free app will be available through the Android Market (on tablets running Android OS 2.2 and higher) and via the Amazon App Store on the Fire. The controller app--already available for iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch) and Android phones--essentially turns tablets and smartphones into touch-screen Wi-Fi remotes for the Sonos streaming audio products.
Separately, Sonos is adding Slacker support to its devices as well. Slacker joins a long list of supported audio streaming services, including Spotify, Rhapsody, Pandora, Rdio, Napster, Mog, Sirius ... [Read more]
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John P. Falcone
Wed, 30 Nov 2011 08:01:00 GMT