Spreaker Now Available on Sonos

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Spreaker.jpgSonos has added another content partner to its collection of streaming music services. Sonos product owners can now access the Spreaker service, which offers a variety of podcasts and other online radio content. You can search for your favorite podcasts directly through the Sonos Controller App. For more details on Spreaker, click here.

 

From Spreaker
Together with Sonos, Spreaker has announced a development that integrates Spreaker's podcast and online radio content for all listeners on Sonos--smart speakers and home audio products that allow you to wirelessly stream all your favorite music or content in any room of your home.

Users will now be able to search or discover their favorite Spreaker shows and podcasts through the Sonos Controller App along with other well-known music services.

"This integration comes at a perfect time for the budding podcast community," said Francesco Baschieri, Spreaker founder and CEO. "Just as we're entering the much buzzed about 'golden age of podcasting', our development with Sonos elevates the sound quality of our content to a new level. Podcasts have never sounded so good."

Just start with a Sonos speaker, your smartphone, and a WiFi connection to begin streaming Spreaker in any room of your home. From within the Sonos Controller App on both iOS and Android devices, go to 'Add Music Services' from your home menu and navigate to Spreaker to add your account and begin listening.

Many Spreaker fans use the app as a means to augment or replace traditional radio and find original content, following the stations and topics they are most interested in. The popular app has millions of users and even more listeners and is widely available on a plethora of platforms for iOS, Android or Windows Mobile and Spreaker DJ supports iPad.

Additional Resources
Sonos Brings in Half a Billion at HomeTheaterReview.com.
Sonos Playbar Soundbar Reviewed at HomeTheaterReview.com.


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