It’s taken over two years, but Sonos has finally added high-res graphics to its iOS apps to support the Retina Display. The music streaming remote has been saddled with an interface designed for much lower resolutions until today’s update which finally ushered it into the modern age. Thankfully, the company brought Retina support to both the iPhone and iPad app in one fell swoop, avoiding letting one version lag behind the other. The Android remote also got a nice update today, finally delivering a tablet UI. The app has technically supported Google-powered slates for sometime, but it lacked a truly optimized interface with multiple columns like the iPad version. Hit up the source links to download them now.
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