Bose Music 12+

Total control of your music‪.‬

Bose Corporation

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The Bose Music app lets you easily browse and control your favorite music from one or many Bose smart products. It works with Bose Home Speaker 500, Home Speaker 300, Portable Smart Speaker, Bose Smart Soundbar 900, Soundbar 700, Smart Soundbar 600, Soundbar 500, Smart Soundbar 300, and Bose Music Amplifier. They are part of a system of smart speakers, soundbars, amplifiers and headphones designed to work together for a better listening experience. The app also works with a wide variety of other products including the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, QuietComfort 45 Headphones, QuietComfort Earbuds, QuietComfort Earbuds II, Sport Earbuds, Sport Open Earbuds, Bose Frames audio sunglasses, as well as our Portable PA products S1 Pro+, L1 Pro32, L1 Pro16, and L1 Pro8.


It’s faster than ever to browse and play the music you love from Spotify®, Pandora®, Amazon Music, SiriusXM, iHeartRadio™, TuneIn and more, all from within the Bose Music app. All your favorite music in one place.


One touch and your home is filled with the music you love most. The Bose Music app makes it easy to set your favorite playlists or stations as presets. Then you can access them effortlessly on your app, the buttons on your speaker, or soundbar remote.


Play the same music throughout your home or listen to different music in different areas—it’s up to you. The Bose Music app lets you control one or multiple Bose smart products from any room.


Personalize your environment with controllable noise cancellation on our Headphones 700, QuietComfort 45 Headphones, QuietComfort Earbuds, and QuietComfort Earbuds II. With Modes on QuietComfort 45 Headphones, QuietComfort Earbuds, and QuietComfort Earbuds II, you decide how much of the world to let in. Choose Quiet Mode for full noise cancelling, or Aware Mode to hear your surroundings and your music at the same time. QuietComfort Earbuds and QuietComfort Earbuds II feature Aware Mode with ActiveSense™ technology, which brings the sounds around you down to a more comfortable level. The result is hearing everything you need to, but at a much more pleasant and balanced volume.


On our Headphones 700, get quick and easy access to Amazon Alexa, the Google Assistant or your phone’s native assistant, like Siri.

The availability and features of music and voice services may vary. A home Wi-Fi® network and Internet access are required.

ActiveSense, Bose, Bose Headphones, Bose Home Speaker, Bose Music, Bose Music Amplifier, Bose Portable Smart Speaker, Bose Soundbar, and QuietComfort are trademarks of Bose Corporation.

Spotify is a registered trademark of Spotify AB.

TuneIn is a registered trademark of TuneIn, Inc.

Google is a trademark of Google LLC.

Amazon, Amazon Music, Alexa and all related logos are trademarks of Amazon, Inc. or its affiliates.

Wi-Fi® is a registered trademark of Wi-Fi Alliance®.

Pandora, the Pandora logo and the Pandora trade dress are trademarks or registered trademarks of Pandora Media, Inc. used with permission.

iHeartRadio is a registered trademark of iHeartMedia, Inc.

SiriusXM and all related marks and logos are trademarks of Sirius XM Radio Inc. and its subsidiaries. All rights reserved.

Privacy Policy

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What’s New

Version 7.1.2

• Added support for these Bose Portable PA systems: S1 Pro+, L1 Pro32, L1 Pro16, L1 Pro8
• Fixed bugs and did some general cleaning up under the hood

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
86.8K Ratings

86.8K Ratings

RachelK2012 ,

Once I finally got connected

It’s great! Omg I thought I would never get it to complete setup and recognize the Bose Home 300. I think it was a cord issue...the main power cord. I moved it around a bit and all of a sudden the Bose app is telling me to finalize setup! I finally saw a new screen with all kinds of options! My Alexa music is connected and I can just say “Alexa” and the Bose speaker does what I say.

Now if you want to set presets while playing music from Alexa (not sure about other services) you can’t just tap “Set preset” in the app. You have to actually start your music from the app, not speaking telling Alexa to play whatever. But FIRST you have to tap the speaker image in the lower right corner, then select your Bose speaker, go to the music you want to play and you’ll see a “Set Preset” button...go from there. Maybe if it’s bluetoothed, like to play through Apple Music...then you could just press and hold to preset? Haven’t tried that yet. I’m afraid I might mess up the setup I finally completed if I switch to Bluetooth. I see in the latest update that you can now log in through your Apple ID...I haven’t seen that yet or how to change it rather and my app is up to date: 3.3.4. Hm....

I’m just so happy to have it set up and be able to play music and adjust the sound through the app while I’m outside!

Comander fox ,

Definitely shouldn’t have updated my QC earbuds

I just unboxed my QC earbuds and tried them out for a while before updating them. I definitely liked them better before the update for what some might seem like a minor reason, but I think is important. Using the old favorites options for noise canceling control I think was the better move. I’ve never been a fan really of the announcements appearing for just about everything on the earbuds, but for the most part its been my experience that they stay out of the way. Keep in mind I’m upgrading from the soundsport frees, so the announcer isn’t new to me. It’s nice for calls and battery level, but otherwise I don’t want to hear it. It announcing every single mode when I’m cycling cancelation modes actually bugs me. It was not that way with the old firmware I upgraded from which used the old favorites options instead of modes. They were simply subtle changes you just heard without announcement. I know some would appreciate the announcements so they know what mode they're using, especially in a nosier setting, but I’d prefer being able to suppress the announcements. TL;DR I know what my modes would be, I know what order they would be in. I don’t really want to hear them read off when switching, especially if I’m listening to something quiet in a quiet room, as it actually becomes somewhat disruptive…

Morsel727 ,

Great App but you made a few mistakes

I am an electronics engineer and after fixing several issues with the Soundbar 700 offered my experience for free in further design and development to team personal but was ignored. Now you have released a new version of the app but unfortunately you can no longer add any new gaming consoles because all of the drop down menus are cut and paste from the cable subscriber/provider list. You won't find Sony, Playstation, Xbox, etc listed. I did design, research and testing for a living and for a company like Bose to not vet the app software properly for products I paid @ $2,000 +, then I have to fix my own issues with the non functional arc port is completely unacceptable. I have all the details and documentation of my flow chart troubleshooting steps and notes. Your rep is aware of this along with the email chain of communication. Being ignored when someone is clearly more qualified than any of your support technicians is not very responsible to your customer base or respectful to me. How many people are still having issues that I could have helped? I even offered to help with any product evaluation, to find the flaws because that's what I was paid to do.

App Privacy

The developer, Bose Corporation, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

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