Lyd for Sonos allows you to quickly control your playing music, change your radio station or to start a new playlist.

Siri can also intelligently recommend the speaker you want to control to you. You need to use the Siri Watch Face for this.

All features:
• Play/Pause and Skip for current music
• Change the volume of Sonos groups (rooms)
• Add or remove speakers from a group
• Start playlists and radio stations
• Use multiple Sonos households
• Automatic detection of your Sonos speakers
• VoiceOver support
• Control the volume of ever speaker in a group
• The main menu shows which rooms are playing
• Siri Watch Face integration
• Apple Watch complications are available

Lyd [ly:d] is Norwegian and translates to "sound" in English

Warning: Lyd only works if you have an Apple Watch (watchOS 4 or newer). A Sonos system is mandatory.
You cannot control other wireless speakers than Sonos.

Sonos is a Trademark of Sonos Inc.
This is not an official Sonos App.

What’s New

Version 1.1

• Voice Over Support
• Control the volume of ever speaker in a group
• The main menu shows which rooms are playing
• Stability improvements
• Sync improvements from iPhone to Watch
• Hints and Helper methods

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

WBLibrarian ,

Update....Not what looking for

Update: The app slowly appears to be more than I thought. It's not intuitive, but I am beginning to start up the Sonos and change the rooms it's playing. Now I just need to figure out how to change stations/playlist. Changed my rating from 1 to 4 stars.

This app controls the Sonos only if most recently controlled by iPhone. I control my Sonos from my iPhone and my iPad. If I have it started on my iPad, I cannot do ANYTHING with this app unless I go get my phone. I was trying to remove that step from my life. Bummed.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your review.
The app is able to control your music no matter where you habe started it. One thing that may be an issue is that the app gets slow when the watch is connected to your iPhone and your iPhone is far away. All the data will be transferred via Bluetooth to your iPhone first and sent to Sonos afterwards. If you have issues with the app controlling Sonos you can disconnect your watch by deactivating Bluetooth on your iPhone. This will make controlling and your Apple Watch much faster as it connects to your WiFi.

I hope that helps. If not you can always send me an email:

Kind regards,
Alexander Heinrich

pfraser ,

Very Happy with App

It works, and works well, all for $.99. The Watch integration is well done: the fact that a user can control their Sonos system as an ever-present Watch “Complication“ is handy, and far superior to having to reach for your iPhone every time you want to mute your audio or select different rooms or volumes.

The app directions are clear: just remember to open the app on your iPhone prior do your first use to complete the set up and syncing with your Sonos system before you attempt to use it on the Watch.

I also appreciate that on the information page the developer includes complete contact information.

Many Sonos systems users have commented that it is puzzling why the standard Sonos app does not include watch integration. Go figure. In the meantime this does the trick nicely.

mixmasterjones ,

An excellent app

While I had problems installing the app to the watch at first, a quick reboot of both my phone and watch fixed that problem.

Once it was installed I quickly discovered it does everything I hoped it would - and more. The force press to group/ungroup is neat, as is near instant access to my Sonos favorites. A great app, well worth the purchase price and its place on my homescreen.


Alexander Heinrich
26 MB

Requires iOS 12.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, German

Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2019 Alexander Heinrich


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