Users can now control playback to their Sonos speakers through the app, and those who don't have access to your Sonos account but are on your wi-fi network will be able to connect to your speakers as well.
You can also control groups through Tidal's app - which you cannot do on Spotify - giving it the same functionality as US streaming music service Pandora, which received it first.
If you're a Tidal HiFi subscriber, the music will play at a 16bit 44.1kHz resolution; for Tidal Premium users, it's AAC 320kbps.
This leaves Apple Music as the only major streaming service without a dedicated Sonos connection - with Amazon Music finding its own solution in the Alexa-controlled Sonos One.
However, with AirPlay 2 and the Apple HomePod both on the horizon, we imagine Apple fans will probably follow their own path.
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