Sonps please take these user reviews seriously! Update is apalling. User interface is so un-intuitive. Everything takes more clicks to get there or to find what you need and who thought of putting the icons at the bottom of the screen so they get accidentally pressed everytime you pick up your phone?! (This lasted all of a week on Facebook when they rapidly changed it back. Sonos take note!)
How could anyone have approved this upgrade to V8. Completely counter-intuitive. I'm not one of those stubborn technophobes who can't adapt. I'll happily upgrade for the better, but come on Sonos, this is a huge step backwards. You are losing your hard earned fan base. I feel sorry for your customer service reps.
Confusing UI. The app is much less stable since the Alexa functionality has been added. It's frustrating to see speakers repeatedly disappear from the app and require a hard reboot to find the them again. Each new release seems to break something. App was good to use after Spotify integration was sorted, but is version poor now.
Seriously bad updates rendering my numerous Sonos speakers and hardware inoperable. The search functionality is now super slow and my rooms drop out ALL the time. Don't think I'll be buying anymore of your products until these software issues are solved which based on the previous 4 or 5 iterations will be quite some time!
As others have said the new UI is rubbish. Why have they removed the dark theme? Does Sonos have quality control for their app testing? Would like to revert back. It has now reverted to cutting songs short again. Do they actually have someone reading these reviews, because they do not respond.
Ever since the redesign of the app I feel like they have taken several steps backwards in usability. The interface is not so natural to use and it takes mora actions to do certain things compared to before. Also the interface changed to white/bright without possibility to change back.
This update delivers a couple of performance improvements, bug fixes and a security update for the WiFi WPA2 KRACK vulnerability.
The remote control app for Samsung 'Wireless Audio – Multiroom' System