Sonos is the wireless Home Sound System that fills as many rooms as you want with beautiful, immersive sound. Stream via WiFi. Play any song, podcast, audiobook or radio station, and enhance your TV and movie experience too.
Move music around your whole home.
Choose what’s playing in any room, or play the same thing in every room. With Sonos, music can easily move around your whole home. Everything stays in sync.
Stream everything, and control it all with one app.
Access over 30 music services. Play on-demand internet radio, podcasts, audiobooks, and more. Search all of them at once, and save your favourites in My Sonos.
Find what you want. Fast.
Simple navigation lets you quickly find and play what you want. Easily set up speakers and customise settings.
Even better over time.
Always get the best listening experience, with software updates and tips for making the most of your Home Sound System.
Performance enhancements and improved reliability.
Ratings and Reviews
Music and atmosphere in an instant!
I love Sonos! I had a separates setup before with some wired speakers but I had to chase the wires into the wall and plaster over them to hide all the cables to try and make it look clean and tidy. No need to do that with Sonos, just one cable...for power! And they are so compact that they basically fit anywhere in any room!
I only have 2 play 1’s. One in my bedroom and one in the sitting room but this is still enough to fill my home with lush sound and music. The sound quality is amazing for the size of the units. I can only imagine how good the other (more expensive) Sonos speakers sound! The only reason I haven’t gave Sonos 5 stars is because I had to buy a separate Bluetooth speaker to listen to my vinyl records. I wish I could have played them through my Sonos play 1’s as the quality would be far better but it was going to cost 100’s of pounds and would have required buying a 3rd Sonos unit just to link up my Bluetooth turntable.
Come on Sonos why have you not included Bluetooth? I’m pretty sure Bose, Philips and the others have Bluetooth as standard??
Excellent so far.
I'm new to this and generally resistant to new technology. The Sonos sounded like a great idea and a friend of mine has recently installed it ( well actually his son in law did because he couldn't get it to work). We went for the sound bar and 2 Ones on stands for a surround sound effect.
It took a while to set up but everything did work first time and we love it. For some reason my Mac now tells me that the software needs updating ( even though it also tells me that there are no upgrades!) and I found it very hard to sync with my iTunes library. For some reason it wants to reload the entire library even though I only want to upload 1 new album. These are glitches that I've worked around and put down to my lack of tech experience.
Anyway, we've now bought a Two for the kitchen and that set up almost instantly. As soon as it was plugged in the software found it and off it went.
My next thing is to establish if the One speakers which are configured for surround sound can be swooped between that and an audio setting. They work for music and TV but I get the feeling that in music mode the balance with the sound bar would be different.
So, in summary, far from perfect but they're up and running and I can live with the glitches (which I have now decided are not my fault).
Disappointing and Misleading
I bought this speaker a few years ago and I was just happy to have a high quality speaker. The first thing I noticed was that you can't play sound from your phone, you have to either select it from "on my iPhone" or use a streaming service that you have to pay a monthly subscription to, but I listen to podcasts more than I do music so no big deal. Then an update came where you could use air play to listen to things on your phone, this was what I wanted when I bought the speaker initially, only for that feature to be removed and only available to newer speakers, which was a clear marketing move to try and get you to buy a new speaker, even though mine works perfectly. And now the "on my iPhone" feature has also been removed, and my speaker can't get airplay, this means unless my podcasts are popular enough to be on a free radio app, I would have to pay for a subscription to a service... to listen to a free podcast... on a speaker I've already paid for... that now has less functionality than when I first bought it because of updates to the app??? I've cancelled my subscriptions to music services I use through the app and will be buying a beats speaker, because that speaker won't try to bully me into paying to actually use the speaker after the initial purchase and then take away features once they've already took my money.
I'm disappointed in sonos and I feel taken advantage of.
- Sonos, Inc.
- 142 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.