(i) Does Trueplay only work with iDevices (iPad/IPhone etc)?
(ii)If so when will we get it for Android?
(iii) It says somewhere that it is for devices set up using iPads/iPhones. Will an Android or other platform be able to benefit where there is a hybrid system. For example our Play:3 was set up on an iPhone originally, but is often used from a Samsung.
Best answer by kmjy
Everything will work as normal on ALL devices. The only thing you will ONLY be able to do on the iPhone (or other iDevice) is tune the speakers.
Everything else will work as it usually would on any device and nothing else has changed with that usage.
Once you have tuned the speakers with an iDevice you can then use an Android (or other device) to toggle TruePlay on or off. You just won't be able to re-tune without the iDevice.
In terms of it coming to Android, SONOS have said they are working on it and hope it will be possible but Android has an incredibly large range of devices all with different components and they handle the processing of sounds differently so it would be more complex to get an accurate and consistent tuning with an Android device. Fortunately Apple use roughly the same components across all device lines so accuracy is there.
Here's some more info on compatibility: Devices and Players That Are Compatible With TruePlay.