SONOS Releases Long Awaited iPad Music Application

SONOS has joined the list of developers releasing top notch applications for the Apple iPad. This final release has been much awaited since we first got a hint of this application some months ago. The audio integration systems company has done something great for consumers and iPad users, and Apple might also benefit greatly as it can increase iPad sales considering how much a regular Sonos branded audio controller sells for at retail stores. Now let us get down to the basics of this new Sonos application.

The Sonos iPad application is basically an avenue that allows you listen to music from multiple locations in your house over the internet using the Sonos app installed on your iPad as audio controllers for these different locations. This is the reason most people refer to it as the “multi room audio system”. There had been a Sonos iPhone app before now, with the iPad version packing in more features and you would need a Sonos music Zone Player to effectively exploit all the features of this new application. This app also gives you the flexibility to either listen to same music throughout your home or listen to specific play lists through speakers in different rooms.

SONOS Releases Long Awaited iPad Music Application SONOS Releases Long Awaited iPad Music Application

The Sonos app is showing to be a real pleasure to music lovers as they can now convert their touch screen iPad to a remote controller for compatible devices. Above all, the app is currently free from Apple App store, with mega savings being received based on the current pricing of branded Sonos audio controllers in the market.

The 10 inch touch screen of the iPad coupled with the Sonos app makes it the only visual based remote controller in the world today, and this screen expands possibilities when it comes to navigation purposes for your different music and speakers. Using screen controls, you can connect to the different Wireless enabled speakers, browse through the different songs and play lists on your device and choose appropriately. The split screen option of the iPad also makes it possible to display the different audio zones and currently playing or scheduled play lists.

As mentioned earlier, this app can only be exploited if you have a Sonos music zone player. So, if you are in this category, the iPad should be the next gadget on your agenda if you have not gotten one. Consider this especially if you do not have a Sonos audio controller yet, as the price of the iPad would give you a full fledged tablet device and also a visual controller.

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