I've been a big fan of Sonos and their products for almost a decade now, and have long admired the thought and care that they put in to crafting an excellent experience for
Hacks to make Sonos even more awesome.
Note: I had a lot of fun building this project, and there's still a lot of good stuff in this post, but if you really want to try doing your own Sonos/Alexa
I've had a lot of fun with my Sonos system, doing all kinds of neat things to control my speakers. I've even done some things to work with the actual music output. This
What I'm presenting here is really the culmination of my work in building hacks for the Sonos and other devices over the past year. I'll be combining my work with IFTTT, Sonos, Launch
Yeah, another Sonos hack. I just can't stay away. This time, I was inspired by one of the coolest hacks I've ever seen to create a super simple method for my 5 year