Apple Music subscribers who are also owners of devices from the Sonos lineup of connected speakers will be glad to hear Apple’s streaming music service will go live on Sonos as of Wednesday Morning.
Sonos said the service, which had been conspicuously absent from the connected speaker company’s offerings when it launched last year, will go live at 9 am ET tomorrow.
Sonos also confirmed the launch of the service via a blog post. The speaker maker had launched an Apple Music beta test program back in December. The company has long offered software support for the more popular streaming services, such as Pandora and Spotify, while also offering support for many smaller services including Tidal, Google Play, and more.
“The feedback from Apple Music members on Sonos during the beta period has been great,” said Eddy Cue, Apple SVP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue. “Sonos plus Apple Music provides an amazing listening experience at home – and we’re excited to offer it to all Sonos customers starting tomorrow.”
“This partnership has been an excellent example of two companies that truly care about music coming together to deliver a great listening experience,” said John MacFarlane, Sonos chief executive officer. “Working with Apple gives us the opportunity to share Apple Music throughout people’s homes in a way that’s easy, intuitive, and sounds great.”
To stream Apple Music on Sonos, customers simply select “Add Music Services” from any Sonos controller app, scroll down to the Apple Music icon, and login. The system supports a number of the streaming service’s features, from the handcrafted radio stations and Beats 1, to the suggestions in For You and top albums and songs in New. A Sonos station on Apple’s streaming service, curated by artists in collaboration with Sonos, is also launching Wednesday morning.