by Ingrid Lunden
At the end of July, Amazon updated its Cloud Player to be in fighting form as an iTunes killer, with a load of new audio features like Scan and Match technology and licensing deals with a number of labels. And at the time, Amazon said that Sonos support would be “coming soon.” Today, that functionality has arrived, with the Cloud Player now working on the Sonos Wireless HiFi System.
This will mean that users who store music in Amazon’s Cloud Player will now be able to stream that music over Sonos’ kit. Amazon says it will be adding more support for more devices later this year. Roku is likely to be next in line, judging from this — although an Amazon spokesperson would not confirm to TechCrunch when the exact date might be.
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