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New Version of the Bowers & Wilkins Music App launched

New Version of the Bowers & Wilkins Music App launched
New Version of the Bowers & Wilkins Music App launched

Used to control wireless devices such as Zeppelin and Panorama 3, the Bowers & Wilkins Music app has been designed to make listening to your favorite music even more enjoyable: it combines all your favorite streaming services into one elegant, intuitive and extremely attractive user interface. interface. Simply search for any artist you like and you will be presented with all available options for that artist across all available streaming services you subscribe to. Simple, elegant, effortless – and captivating.

The company is now proud to announce a brand new version for the Bowers & Wilkins Music app. We’re rolling out full Music app support for our flagship Px8 wireless earphones, as well as the recently announced and highly acclaimed Px7 S2. This means using the app for more than just tweaking or adjusting noise cancellation: you can now stream music directly from the app to your headphones, so you can have a great Bowers & Wilkins experience on the move, not just when you’re at home.

As always, using the Bowers & Wilkins Music app gives you access to our personalized recommendation features that get smarter and more accurate the more you use them. Use the heart symbol to select the music you particularly like and the app will start to learn your preferences – both in terms of artists and genres – which in turn will help it tailor its recommendations to your tastes as you listen . The same feature syncs your favorite content in the app with your favorite music services, radio stations, and podcasts. You also get access to our specially prepared playlists with carefully selected songs, handpicked by our acoustic team, that will not only entertain you, but of course also

There’s another fundamental thing you can be sure of whenever you use a new app with headphones: superior sound quality. Streaming from the app to your headphones depends on the Bluetooth specification of your mobile device, but if you have a smartphone that supports aptX HD or aptX Adaptive streaming, you can listen to high-definition music up to 24bit/48kHz depending on your streaming subscription.

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Streaming support

A new version of the Bowers & Wilkins Music app for headphones is coming, with all three high-quality music services currently supported: Deezer, Qobuz and Tidal. Additional services will be added in the coming months. Of course, owners of Bowers & Wilkins wireless products like the Zeppelin and any of the Formation line can still use the Music app to access the full range of music streaming services currently offered on the platform when they listen at home.

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