No, I don't think it's available.@jesper ordrup can you link to the mentioned support request?
I suppose it's just a matter of time.You can't expect Sonos to implement changes a few days after Spotify did.But I agree this is basic functionaility. I also converted all my album playlists to 'albums under my music' .I'm sure they will come up with an update soon.
The Google Music App (on Android) is able to stream to a Sonos player directly (without going via the Sonos app). If the Spotify app would be able to do this too, that would be sufficient for me (both on Android and IOS in my case)
I completely agree with all the comments. I was really excited by the Spotify update and transferred all my playlists into albums and deleted the playlists. I then realised Sonos didn't support it and had to reapply all my playlists.I hope this can be resolved ASAP.
The best thread I can find on the Spotify forum is this:https://community.spotify.com/t5/Help-Other-Partner-Devices/Your-Music-coming-to-Roku/td-p/747881Please reply to or follow that thread if you want updates from Spotify too.
regarding trying alternative services - Ive tried all of them which are available in the UK and Spotify, whilst not perfect, ticks the most boxes for me. I also use the mobile app extensively whilst traveling in the car so thats as important as how it integrates with Sonos. Spotify seems the most robust at dealing with/recovering from poor network coverage whilst driving compared to the others, most of which just stop and need manual intervention to get going again.
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