Sonos has released its latest beta version which enables Spotify Connect to control the range of speakers. Users may grab the feature through the Sonos public beta program.

According to CNet, Spotify has announced that Spotify Connect is now available in public beta on speakers which enables users to use the app in controlling their music, exclusively available on Sonos in beta. While Sonos provide a decent speakers experience, many feel that its apps are jaded at times. Thus, having this latest innovation is a good news to hear as Sonos hardware is now starting to play nice with Spotify Connect, as explained by Engadget.

Based on reports by Engadget, users will just have to sign up for the Sonos public beta. Afterwards, they can already control speakers from inside the Spotify app. That includes multi-speaker and multi-room setups based on your desired preferences. As soon as Spotify is enabled via the Sonos app, users can already stream to any Sonos speaker on the network, as well as create groups of speakers from within Spotify, as further explained by

If users will opt to play music to a Sonos group, then all the chosen speakers will playback simultaneously. It has been also noted that users can also control the speakers remotely via this app. Spotify Connect is the streaming service's proprietary connection protocol which enables users with compatible speakers to control their music and adjust volume over wi-fi, further explained.

Meanwhile, Sonos is the latest service to enable the system after Google Cast support was added last year. While Google Cast and Sonos speakers can be grouped among themselves unfortunately they can't able to be grouped together.

Moreover, Engadget conveyed that teaming up with Spotify is a smart way for the company to make its speakers more flexible. To keep its speakers on top of the game, Sonos needs to maintain its attractiveness, work together with dominant and emerging services, to the point of collaborating with other tech brilliants to enhance its capabilities, as per Engadget.