How to Connect Sonos to Alexa

Enable the Sonos skill Open the Sonos app for iOS or Android. From the Settings tab, tap Services &, Voice >, Add a Service >, Amazon Alexa >, Add Amazon Alexa. After being redirected to the Alexa app, tap Enable to use to sign in to your Sonos account and enable the Sonos skill.

If you’re a fan of Sonos and Amazon Alexa, you’ll be thrilled to know that you can connect the two together. With the Sonos app and the Amazon Alexa app downloaded, you can set up Sonos with Alexa in just a few simple steps.

First, click on the Amazon Alexa app on your device. From there, go to the home screen and click on the menu. Then, click on “Skills and Games” and search for “Sonos.” Once you’ve found it, enable the skill and sign in with your login information.

Next, allow Alexa to control your Sonos system. This gives Alexa permission to see what your Sonos is playing, change the playback or volume, change your Sonos rooms and groups, and play your Sonos and favorite playlists.

Once you’ve agreed to this, Amazon Alexa and Sonos will be successfully linked. To discover smart home devices, click on “Discover Devices” or say “Alexa, discover devices.” It may take a minute for the process to complete.

You can connect any of the Sonos devices to Amazon Alexa, including the Play:1, Play:3, Play:5, Playbar, Connect to Sonos Amp, and more. There are also two Sonos speakers that have Amazon Alexa built-in: the Sonos One and the Sonos Beam.

After successfully adding the Sonos device, you can tap and control to edit. With everything set up, you can now say “Alexa, play music” and enjoy your Sonos system with Alexa control.

While the process may seem complicated at first, connecting Sonos to Alexa is actually quite simple. With just a few clicks, you can enjoy the convenience of controlling your Sonos system with your voice.


Can Sonos and Alexa work together?
Create an Alexa Smart Home Device Group with Sonos speakers Open the Alexa app and tap the Devices icon. Tap the + icon, and then Add group. Tap Create a room or device group, then tap Next. Follow the on-screen instructions to name your Alexa group and choose the group's Alexa-enabled device and its Sonos products.
Why is my Sonos not connecting to Alexa?
Re-enable the Sonos skill Open the Alexa app and tap on the More menu in the bottom right. Tap on Skills &, Games >, Your Skills >, Sonos >, Disable Skill. Once disabled, tap on Enable Skill.
Do all Sonos speakers have Alexa?
All Sonos devices are compatible with Alexa voice control, though not all the company's speakers have Alexa capabilities built into them. You'll find Alexa in the Sonos One, Roam, Move, Era 100 and Era 300 speakers, as well as within the Beam, Beam Gen 2 and Arc soundbars.
Can Alexa play music from my Sonos library?
Simply update your Sonos system to Sonos 8.0, turn on the Sonos Skill in your Alexa app, and ask Alexa to find your Sonos devices. Alexa will find your Sonos speakers, wherever they are - and teach them to listen and obey.