BluOS Controller is the universal remote control for all BluOS-enabled wireless hi-res music systems like Bluesound and NAD Electronics. Connect multiple BluOS-enabled systems together to enjoy your music in perfect sync in every room of your home. Access, stream and listen to any song, from anywhere – streaming music services, shared music library, or anywhere else your music is stored. Tune in to Internet radio stations and podcasts aired from anywhere in the world. Best of all, do it wirelessly, right from your smartphone, tablet or laptop, with no lag and zero loss in sound quality.
Available for iOS tablets and phones, the BluOS Controller is everything you need to set up and listen to your music on a BluOS-enabled wireless music system.
• Stream your music to any existing BluOS-enabled stereo system, wired loudspeakers, or wireless speakers.
• Browse, access and listen to music from many streaming music services, Internet radio stations, or from your own library.
• Control music wirelessly from anywhere in the home with your smartphone or tablet.
• Play different music in each room simultaneously, or stream a favorite in perfect sync to every BluOS-enabled speaker and player in your home.
• Place BluOS-enabled speakers and players anywhere in the home and easily connect to your home WiFi network with setup tutorials and support.
Learn more about BluOS at bluos.net.
Any questions or need support? Go to support.bluesound.com for BluOS FAQs, set up tips, and troubleshooting articles.
You can now stream and listen to over 30,00 hours of live concert recordings on demand and at CD-quality from the lossless streaming service, NUGS.net. The state-of-the-art room correction software, Dirac Live, has also been added to the NAD M10 BluOS Streaming Amplifier, in addition to support for DTS:X on NAD’s latest audio/video receivers. Other improvements and enhancements include three new Radio Paradise stations, ability to configure and rename inputs in the app, improved Bluetooth pairing on supported Players, and audio quality indicators when streaming Qobuz.
Ratings and Reviews
Best app interface
I have owned/tried Sonos, HEOS and Bluesound. For the app, I put BlueOS on the top. It has far more functionality than SONOS so it is inevitably more complex to design but it is well done.
HEOS has similar functionalities but USB attached often failed to read/play whatever reason where same drive worked flawlessly on Bluesound. HEOS fails to connect when I’m on satellite station of mesh network that is separate from the speaker, neither Bluesound nor sonos have this issue.
One thing Bluesound felt weaker from app stand point of view is its setup. I never struggled setting up these devices but for bluesound I had to try several times. I don’t know what made it work in the end but I know instruction with wifi setup was incorrect.
Overall, I love bluesound hardware and software but too bad I’d has a major flow for me just in SONOS or Bose that is audio lag/latency even direct aux input connection. Only system I encountered this to be not issue is HEOS speakers but not their soundbar HEOSBar. Bose and SONOS are aware of this delay and haven’t/can’t fix it so I believe Bluesound is also in the same situation. Another down point is Bluesound soundbar has no center channel so true 5.1. It also lacks HDMI input.
I wish there is a perfect system.
Buggiest app ever
It is a true shame that good audio hardware is all but ruined by software bugs and an app that is so inconsistent and frustrating in its performance that it pretty much drains all joy out of the listening experience. I use two pulse 2s as a stereo pair in a vacation house, having acquired them in July 2018. Even leaving aside the fact that they’re already obsolete and effectively deprecated when it comes to playing local music off an iPhone, I now budget 1-2 hours per weekend for tinkering with the speakers and the app just to get the two to work and play well together every weekend I spend there. It used to be more until I worked out what amounts to a personal punch list of bug fixing steps since tech support was of no help despite at least a dozen exchanges. Would it kill Bluesound to display some evidence of sentience in their software engineering (going for baby steps here, as actual competence seems to be a utopian goal for this company)? It’s not just aesthetically and technically atrocious; it borders on unethical.
Does not play music from iTunes library and just awful, never works.
Incredibly disappointed and frustrated. Another update and still can not play music from my iTunes library on my iPhone. I was able to do this up until the last two updates. Again we never would have purchased these products had we known this would be such a problem. Please fix this. **Review Update** nothing has improved and now it cuts out and is extremely difficult to get to work. Does the developer even read these ratings/reviews??? Someone is doing a terrible job with this app.
- Lenbrook Industries Limited
- 137.1 MB
Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Lenbrook
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.