There are lots of ways to get the music playing on Sonos—choose whichever control works best in the moment.
The Sonos app. The free Sonos app is the easiest way to play anything and everything on Sonos. Simply open the app, tap and choose from the list of music sources.
Voice commands. If you have a voice-enabled Sonos speaker, add a voice service and use your voice to play and control the music.
Controls on the speaker. If you’re near a speaker, you can use the speaker controls to adjust volume, stop the music, or change the song.
Another streaming app. Control Sonos directly from a different app (like Spotify, Pandora, or Pocket Casts). Just open the app and connect to a Sonos room or group to start the music.
Airplay 2. Use AirPlay 2 to stream music, movies, podcasts, and more directly from your favorite apps to your Sonos speakers. Listen to Apple Music on your Sonos One. Watch a YouTube or Netflix video and enjoy the sound on Sonos.
When you find music you love, add it to My Sonos in the mobile app so it’s easy to play again. You can save, play, and manage your favorite music and playlists all in one place. Learn more.
Sonos gives you easy access to all the music you love—play your favorite artist’s newest single from Spotify, your favorite playlist from your Android phone, a local news radio station, and much more.
Sonos Radio HD: select from exclusive high-definition content. Learn more
Music services: explore and manage your music services—add your own or try something new. Learn more
Stored on your mobile device: play music you’ve downloaded to your phone or tablet (Android only). Learn more
Stored on your computer: play music stored on your computer or any Network-Attached Storage (NAS) device. Learn more
Imported playlists: Sonos is compatible with iTunes playlists, as well as M3U, WPL and PLS playlist files created with third-party software. Learn more