Hey everybody, I emailed Napster asking about support for Alexa (not just with Sonos but the Echo as well). They said they are working with Amazon on Alexa integration but couldn't provide a date when it would be available.Napster does make players for iOS/Android/browser available to third-party software developers (like myself), but they don't provide documentation for direct access to the audio stream data on their servers. Direct connection to the audio stream is necessary for developing an Alexa skill to play audio content. This is why no third-party developer has been able to connect Napster to Alexa. We'll just have to wait for the team at Napster to make this available.Sonos has integration with each but they don't have the capability to make the two play nice with each other. If you are a paying Napster subscriber, your best bet is to contact Napster directly and voice your desire for Alexa control. I'm sure Napster understands the risk of losing customers to Pandora & Spotify because of Alexa and are making that effort a priority.
Not at launch. . . . . I'll add your interest as a request to the team for Napster support in the future.
Spotify was possible because it was already supported on Amazon Alexa. It appears a service must first be playable on Alexa before it can be playable on Sonos via Alexa.
Any chance of answering the rest of the questions please?
There are ways to integrate Napster on Sonos with your Alexa, but you can't use the Sonos skill to do it.
Can you kindly tell us how this is done. Uk user here.
Sonos has requested he stop doing.
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