Free. Premium. Curated. On-demand. The list of streaming services on Sonos keeps growing. Some names you’ll recognize right away. Others may be less familiar, but still worth exploring.
Already subscribe to a service? Great. Just add it to Sonos using the app, sign in, and play it out loud – for the entire house to enjoy.
Your personal music library.
Play music from every PC, Mac, and storage drive on your home network. Up to 16 sources. And all those songs on your smartphone, too.
Choose “On this phone” in the Main Menu and listen to your heart’s content.
Audio formats supported
Sonos supports a number of audio formats at various sample rates and bitrates including many of those used by Apple iTunes and Windows Media Player. The supported Lossless (uncompressed) formats are ALAC, FLAC, AIFF and WAV. The supported Lossy (compressed) formats are MP3, WMA, AAC and OGG.*
Operating systems (for stored files)
Sonos can access files shared from a PC running Windows 7 and higher, Mac running OS X 10.9 and higher, or a Network Attached Storage (NAS) device that supports the Common Internet File System (CIFS).
Sonos supports the playlists that you’ve created in iTunes, Windows Media Player and services like Amazon Music, Apple Music, Deezer, Google Play Music, SoundCloud, Spotify, TIDAL, and more.
Internet radio supported
With Radio by TuneIn on Sonos, you’ll have instant access to over 100,000 local and international radio stations, shows, and podcasts streaming from every continent. All for free.
*Sonos supports MP3, AAC and WMA streaming audio formats for Internet radio stations.