Sonos has this week revealed that you will be able to stream songs from Apple Music to your Sonos speaker systems, adding upon the already existing services that includes Spotify, Deezer, 7Digital, Amazon Cloud Player, Pandora, Napster, and Rdio.

You will need a premium account for access to most of these services, including Apple Music, with a public beta debuting on December 15th.

This will be the first time that Apple have integrated its Apple Music service on a device other than its own, allowing the user to send songs from Apple Music to their Sonos’ speakers via the Sonos app, as long as you have a subscription.

Of course this will also work with however you have set up your Sonos speaker system, allowing you to listen to music on individual speakers, or on multiple, linked via your WiFi network.

Sonos speakers also support music playback via the desktop and mobile apps.

You can find out more about the public beta at the source link below, once it has launched in beta it will roll out to all in 2016.

Source: Sonos

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