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Sonos welcomes ‘Fruit Machine’ Apple’s HomePod with a Clever Playlist

The connection amongst Apple and Sonos is muddled no doubt. Apple Stores offer Sonos speakers and Sonos underpins Apple Music gushing, yet the two organizations are contending head on in the brilliant speaker space with the Alexa-prepared Sonos One and the Siri-controlled HomePod.

With HomePod hitting stores today, Sonos has respected Apple’s new rival with a cunning and snarky playlist that you simply need to see.

Sonos tweeted out the playlist with a warm welcome message:

Good luck with your #homepod launch @Apple. We made you a playlist.

The connected blend, called Welcome to the Party Mix, is facilitated on Spotify which is a slight hit itself as Apple has picked to not yet bolster coordinate Spotify playback that Sonos offers.

At that point there’s the 21 tune track list, accurately picked to convey a certain message to Apple as every tune signifies a concealed message:

Hello / Apple / Something About Us / Together / Feels Right / Even Though / You’re Crazy / For This / Home / POD / Remember / Two Is Better Than One / Just Playing (Dreams) / It’s A Party / Everybody’s Coming To My House / Even You / Come As You Are / Fruit Machine / No Matter What You’re Told / We’re Going To Be Friends / Over Everything

… praise to whoever assemble this. It may really be a tolerable playlist to test on your HomePod!

Sonos has already utilized its aggressive muscle with HomePod hitting the market by offering a constrained time heap of two Sonos One speakers for $349, standard $399, which works out to a similar cost of one HomePod.

Sonos and Apple should at present keep on playing pleasant together, be that as it may, as Sonos has guaranteed on a couple of events to help AirPlay 2 later on as Apple completes the new remote gushing convention.

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