I subscribed a music app which is not listed in Soundtouch app to add their music services. When I contact Bose support they sujected me to connect thru Bluetooh and I was shocked caz spent huge on soundtouch speakers and asking me to connect through bluetooth instead I should have spent little bit on bluetooth and used my old speakers.
Now any one guide me to connect the app thru wireless instead of bluetooth.
All you aware if we can connect thru bluetooth there are distance limtations and whenever you get messages/ whatsap /calls music breaks..
Jan 9, 2016
Generally you have these options to play a music service through SoundTouch that's not built in to the Bose app - none are really ideal:
a) as Bose advised you, bluetooth
b) plug your phone or computer into the speaker's AUX port
c) if you rmusic app can be played through your Windows computer, try the free program Stream What You Hear (SWYH)
d) use the "stream custom radio URL" command in the app's settings section, but generally this is not going to work for any music service you have to pay and subscribe to.
e) if you use an iPhone or Mac that supports AirPlay 2, supposedly some time this year Bose is releasing AirPlay 2 support for SoundTouch which would probably resolve the issue outright for you, but its been so long since they announced it and so long since they've given a meaningful update about it that most of us are doubting if it will ever happen.
Jun 25, 2019