Sonos has announced that official support for Microsoft’s Groove music streaming service is now available in beta for its customers.
As a Soundlab client you more than likely own a Sonos speaker, which means you can add Groove to your existing services by heading to “Add Music Services” in the Sonos app or selecting “Sonos Labs” on your PC/Mac controller.
Sonos says that Groove on its system is available in the US, UK and Australia, as well as 19 other countries.
Microsoft launched Groove alongside the launch of Windows 10. Groove is essentially a rebranding of its older Xbox Live music streaming service – which wasn’t available on Sonos previously.
Although it requires a subscription to access the streaming feature of Groove, the free app also allows you to add and stream your own music collection through its OneDrive integration.
We’ve been informed that Apple’s new music platform – Apple Music – will be receiving the Sonos treatment very soon. Stay tuned!