Simple And Clean App Design Layout Lets Music Take Center Stage
After downloading, the onboarding process is simple and clear — there are clear steps that outline how to setup your device and connect it to your wireless system. The app utilizes a black and white color scheme to make reading the text simple and pleasing to the eye.
This color scheme is paired with vivid photography that balances beautifully with the colors and typography.
Once the swift and simple setup has been completed, you’re ready to start swiping through your library and listening across your devices.
The experience inside the app is just as fluid and seamless as it is when you’re setting it up. There’s an easy menu of music streaming options on the right-hand side that you can set up and connect. From Spotify to Pandora to Tidal and beyond — whatever service you use to hold your library, you can access with your Sonos app.
Finding these options is a breeze as they display themselves cleanly and clearly. The copy is clear and concise, and there is plenty of clean white space to make finding what you’re looking for easier than you could ever hope.
And when searching through albums and songs, don’t worry about having to read tiny, cramped text. No, instead what you’ll see is a visually-driven set up that shows album and song cover to help you differentiate between the thousands of options.
Play music on any device in any room — that’s the goal, and the way this is set up in the app is equally clean, minimal and easy-to-navigate. Each room is represented by a clean, rectangular box that is clearly labeled. No unnecessary searching or stressing.
Sonos wants this process to be simple, serene and satisfying — putting the music first.