Back in July when Windows 10 launched Sonos also announce a beta of Microsoft’s Groove music service, it looks like the service is now out of beta and live as Microsoft have announced Sonos support today. You can listen to music from a Groove Music Pass or your own music collection stored in OneDrive. I have been using the beta since the launch and for the most part it works very well, I found the odd track would skip halfway through playing but other than that it works well with my own collection and tracks from Groove.

Here is Microsoft’s official announcement.

Today we are excited to share that Groove Music support for Sonos is now available! This means you can now use Groove to listen to your favorite music on your Sonos speakers. Enjoying Groove Music on Sonos is easy. Get started by using your Groove Music Pass (free 30-day trial) or by accessing purchased music from the Windows Store or your own collection. Whether listening at your couch or your kitchen, and from to devices big and small, Groove and Sonos enable all your music to follow you everywhere.

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