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All The Cool Beta Software You Can Use For Free

Beta software lets you test out the newest features while app developers work out the final bugs in the software. Now, more app developers are offering beta programs than ever before. All you need to do is sign up to be part of the beta program. Plus, switching back to the stable version is usually easy. (Please note: beta programs can cause problems in your devices, so please proceed with caution). Here are 11 beta programs you can join today — and one you can’t.


Sonos Is Laying Off Staff, Embracing Streaming And Voice Control

Sonos has announced that it’s making some big changes, laying off staff and shifting the focus of its hardware — to concentrate on streaming music and embrace voice control.


You Can Finally Use Apple Music With Sonos

Sonos is billed as being the ultimate in-home music system, promising seamless streaming throughout your entire house. So it must’ve sucked to spend thousands of dollars and not be able to use Apple Music with it, which was the case until today.


Apple Music And Sonos Experiment Shows Music Gets You Laid More

Two very different Sydney households have been part of a global experiment, coupled with a 41 question survey of 4,000 Australians — and 30,000 people worldwide — looking at how music in the home positively affects the way people spend time with each other. Sonos and Apple Music are behind the experiment, dubbed Music Makes it Home, which showed some interesting results.


Sonos Works With Apple Music At Long Last

Just as promised, Sonos has finally joined the list of apps that play nice with Apple Music — provided you’re willing to risk the beta version, that is.


Apple Music Finally Comes To Sonos December 15

In two weeks, you’ll be able to listen to Apple Music on Sonos’s great wireless music system. Both companies have teamed up for a public beta starting December 15. The full rollout will happen in early 2016.


Sonos PLAY:5 Wireless Speaker: Australian Review

Your smartphone or tablet is a gateway to tens of millions of music tracks, of audio playlists and podcasts and internet radio stations. The only problem is that your smartphone’s speaker is not great — and that’s where wireless sound systems come into their own. And sure, you can hook up a Bluetooth speaker for a temporary high, but if you’re listening at home then you can do a lot, lot better. Sonos’s new Play:5 speaker is about the size of a regular bookshelf speaker — the kind that you’d have paired up next to your TV, for a small home theatre setup — but it packs so much more power.


Bose's $200 SoundTouch 10 Is A Bluetooth-Wifi Double Whammy

Sonos is the king of wifi multiroom audio, but if anybody can give it a run it’s Bose, the storied manufacturer of sometimes very good sound gear that people can’t get enough of. This new entry to its SoundTouch wireless line could be the key to winning over your home.


Sonos' New Play:5 Wireless Speaker Is Smart, Sexy And Sounds Great No Matter Where You Use It

We really, really like the Sonos Play:5 — it’s incredibly easy to set up and use, and gives you smartphone- or tablet-friendly access to dozens of different streaming music and internet radio services. And now it’s even better, optimised for stereo listening and with a wider soundrange, clearer treble and more powerful bass. And that’s not the only announcement; Sonos has a new top-of-the-line wireless speaker to show off, but some fancy new software tricks that can make it sound even better.


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