An update to the Sonos firmware and controller now allows Android users to manage their devices on a Honeycomb tablet in a native slate format, eschewing the original portrait-only Android phone app. The new version supports the Kindle Fire as well.
Users can also now Tweet the titles of music they’re listening to right from the app.
The app now also supports Slacker radio and an updated version of the Sonos Labs API, allowing programmers to interact directly with the Sonos server and add new channels easily.
The 3.6 update also adds some minor bug fixes to Sonos hardware devices. The updates should download automatically upon starting any Sonos desktop or mobile controller.
Find and play any song, in any room, right from your favorite Android device (running 2.2 and higher) — with one free app.
View your zones, music menu, now playing pane and volume controls all at once. Intelligently scales the screen layout to take advantage of larger screen size.
Set alarms or sleep timer to wake up or fall asleep to your favorite music or station.
Send tweets about what you’re listening to on Sonos.
Access advanced Sonos system settings.
Connects to Sonos over your home WiFi network.
Download it for free from Android Market™.
Article courtesy of TechCrunch