Tidal apps now have the power to control Sonos

Jay-Z’s music streaming service Tidal has added Sonos controls to their mobile app for a simple, streaming dream.

Subscribers to Tidal’s music streaming service with a Sonos speaker are in for a treat. No longer will you have to use 2 separate apps to control your music streaming experience, it’s all in Tidal now.

Now you can connect to your Sonos, control what you’re listening to, skip tracks and more all from your Tidal app. The update follows others for Sonos, including the deep integration for Pandora which can now control even grouping Sonos speakers and can be controlled by Alexa on Sonos.

Here’s all the fun you can have with Sonos on the Tidal app now:

Keep the music going.

Send the music from your headphones to any Sonos speaker with a simple tap right when you walk in the door.

Control rooms and volume.

Use the TIDAL app to play music in a particular room or group of rooms and adjust the volume.

Let your friends DJ.

Friends who don’t have the Sonos app can play their favorite music to your speakers using their TIDAL app.

Play the music, pick a room and enjoy.

Make sure your Sonos and TIDAL apps are up to date and on the same WiFi. Tap the Cast button on the Now Playing screen in your TIDAL app, and select the rooms where you want to listen.

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