For Sonos owners, this means they can now use Siri to turn their Sonos system on and off, group speakers, and play Sonos Favorites by using the free Yonomi App and Siri Shortcuts. When you open the Yonomi App, run Discovery to confirm that all of your Sonos devices are linked to your Yonomi account. When you run this Routine, all of the speakers you listed will automatically create a Sonos group. This will ungroup these speakers from any previously created groups.
Use Siri to control your Sonos Speakers
How to Play Sonos Favorites With Siri Shortcuts
If your favorite streaming service feels like a giant virtual record shop or movie store , think of Sonos as the gargantuan mall that houses it all: Your door-by-door selection of nearly any piece of sonic culture you could ever want. With over 80 content services plugged into the Sonos platform, countless songs, podcasts, TV shows, movies, radio broadcasts—you name it—are all a few taps away, ready to be piped throughout your home with clear, room-filling sound. But we know that this reservoir of content we call the sonic internet is constantly exploding—And so is your appetite for it. With AirPlay 2, you can effortlessly stream just about any sound from your iPhone or iPad to one of our AirPlay-compatible speakers.
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Siri fans can now ask their phones to play music to the Sonos Beam, One, Playbase or Play:5 speakers. This follows the company demonstrating Siri and Alexa working at the same time when launching the Beam. Sonos' One and Beam speakers already include Amazon's Alexa voice assistant, which you can speak to through their onboard microphones.