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Description

Finally there is an improved controller App for Sonos available on your iPhone or iPod Touch! Even still supporting iPod Touch 4!

Watch on YouTube (http://youtu.be/rvp4QinakL0) or
read below about

- a new intuitive and concise user interface
- less taps for common tasks
- home automation integration
- and current limitions (don't skip them ;) )

or come over to my homepage www.sonophone.net with much more information and screenshots available.

This application is not endorsed by or associated with Sonos, Inc. (which is why it is not free)

◆◆◆ a new intuitiv and concise user interface ◆◆◆
SonoPhone is designed to leverage the latest iOS design principles:
- Tap or drag the player on the top and you'll find the players view to select a new player and with volume controls for all players. From here you can also enter Zone Management, where you can group and ungroup players with drag and drop.
- Tap or drag the Track infos on the bottom and you'll be at the big covers screen
- Drag the main menu from any place to the left or right to have instant access to playlist or shortcuts
- volume + progress popups: when changing volume or progress of a song, you get popups telling you the actual values. Stop guessing your desired values today!

◆◆◆ less taps for common tasks ◆◆◆
SonoPad tries to optimize most often used tasks to have the least taps needed. In the end you are able to navigate and control your players much more fluently.

- Touch To Play: are you sick of always beeing asked what to do when you tap a track or album? SonoPhone defaults to just starting an album or song. A long press still gives you access to all options - you can also change the tap default in the settings menu. Want to build a playlist fast? Just set the default to 'always add to end' and off you go ...
- tap an album cover image and the whole album starts to play immediately
- aggregated search: search results are collapsed into one view, so you see immediately in what category you have the best results, without switching back and forth
- shortcuts to most used functions: drag the main menu to the right to get shortcut buttons for artist, albums, radio and musicservices.
- you can control the volume of every player directly from the player selection screen. No need to switch players anymore.

◆◆◆ home automation integration ◆◆◆
- you can start SonoPhone with the 'sonophone://' URL from other remote Apps. Its also possible to hand over a return URL, then a new icon is displayed to return to the automation App.
Further option include to select a default player or default menu, you can read more about all option on my homepage sonophone.net

◆◆◆ Limitations ◆◆◆

- all music services except Last.FM and Amazon Cloud Music are supported
- no playing of music stored on iPhone yet
- no options to set alarms or sleep settings
- no support for discontinued WD100 dock

Please also share your thoughts on my Blog, where I’m able to answer you (AppStore comments cannot be answered). I really care about your ideas, as I want to make SonoPad the best alternative Sonos Controller out there!

◆◆◆ Other stuff ◆◆◆
- Sonos is registered trademark of Sonos, Inc.

What’s New

Version 1.5

- Rescan your (local) Music Library: Under "My Music" there is a new menu entry that lets you trigger a rescan of your music library
- player icons have been updated with new icons for Sonos Beam, Sonos One, Sonos PlayBase, Sonos Play:1

As always: If anything is not working as you expect don't hesitate to contact support@sonophone.net

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
8 Ratings
8 Ratings
scy77 ,

Missing support for SonosDock

With the latest update (Oct 2018), Sonos ended support for the SonosDock, which enabled playback and control of iPods, Nanos, etc. by not upgrading the system that functionality could be retained. Now Sonos has disabled iPhone iPad apps that won't update.
I had hoped that SonoPhone would be a solution, but not so.

Developer Response ,

Sonos discontinued sales of the Sonos Dock in 2012. This was before this App was even created, which made it impossible for me to support the Dock.
That my App does not support the Dock is also clearly stated in the App description right from the beginning.

While I do understand your frustration about Sonos, I don't understand why you rate this App for a feature it never claimed to have :(

Anyway I'm happy to refund any customer who is not happy, don't hesitate to contact me via support(at)sonophone.net to get instructions.

Kind Regards
Stefan

The Kenosha Kid ,

IT WORKS

Right there, five stars. If you’ve been frustrated/horrified that the primary Sonos app has been turned into a sleazy data-collection privacy nightmare, this is pretty much the only sane alternative now: no “sonos account” to set up, no horrific “we track every click you make and song you play, even from your home collection” terms of service to agree to, no “hey plug in an always-on microphone” cash grab.

In an ideal world, it’d be optimized for larger-screen iPhones, but whatever: it works, and it’s let me continue to use my sonos system without having to surrender my privacy. A million thanks.

bfm49 ,

The Sonos App That Should Have Been

The title says it all for me. The native Sonos App user interface is the worst app interface of any that I have used. SonoPhone's user interface is well laid out, space efficient, and intuitive to use; everything the Sonos App IS NOT!. Super thanks to the SonoPhone developer, keep up the great work.

Information

Seller
Stefan Hansel Solutions UG (haftungsbeschraenkt)
Size
9.3 MB
Category
Music
Compatibility
Requires iOS 6.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English, Danish, Dutch, German
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© Stefan Hansel Solutions UG (HB)
Price
$2.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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