Sonos Turns Your Android Device Into A Universal Music Remote

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For the lazy people out there who don’t want to get off the couch to change the music, Sonos has developed a new app that will make your life a whole lot easier. The company makes a wireless music system that you can place around your house which allows you to stream songs from your computer media libraries, including tracks on Spotify, Rhapsody, Rdio, Pandora, and Napster. Today, the wireless music device company announced that they created an app that will turn your Android device into a remote control so you can change the music with ease.

Using the Android app is simple: Choose which song you want, choose which room (or rooms you want to play it in) and it streams to your Sonos Zone Player. Because it doesn’t physically handle the music stream, you can still enjoy the surfing the web and making phone calls on your Android device without having to sacrifice listening to your tunes.

The app is free to download and will be available this March. Though you’ll have to take out the credit card in order to get your Sonos sound system, think of all that energy you’ll save not having to get up and change the song or find the actual remote for the device so you can skip the track.

[via PC Mag]

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