While I still not have a Sonos system at home but on my want-list only, it's good to know what the Sonos Android app, which was initially released back in April, is now also compatible to Android tablets. Sonos just announced, that the latest System Software adds more control and more music to the Sonos Wireless HiFi experience. The free Sonos Controller for Android now supports Android tablets as well as smartphones, letting users control Sonos from any Android device of choice. With Sonos, users can stream all the music on earth wirelessly in every room, and now controlling it wirelessly on a larger screen with any Android tablet running 2.2 or higher.
Furthermore, Sonos Controller for Android includes new enhancements such as alarms, music library management and Twitter support for Android smartphones and tablets alike. It also includes improved Spotify integration on Sonos, giving Spotify fans on Sonos access to their Spotify Inbox and ability to play music from Spotify's new releases and top tracks. Other features of Sonos 3.6 include AAC+ codec support and more local language support with Danish and Norwegian.
Last but not least, Sonos is also introducing Sonos Labs, a new Beta environment where customers will be able to test out music services before they're officially launched on Sonos. New music services will be added to Sonos Labs on an ongoing basis.
Cheers ~ Arne