The company previously forced customers to create one to access headphone and earbud settings.
The company recently constrained clients to make one get to headphone and earbud settings. So in the event that you needed to. Say, tweak the clamor dropping of the Commotion Dropping Headphones 700 or QuietComfort Earbuds. You’d need to make a Bose account just to get to those significant controls.
Now Bose is doing away with the needlessly annoying mandatory account.
The update notes for the latest version of Bose Music on iOS say “when you set up your Bose headphones and earbuds, you can skip creating an account and get right to enjoying your product.” That’s the way it ought to be. (Bose previously had this help article up for customers with “privacy concerns regarding data collection and account information” — but acknowledged that headphone functionality would be “limited” for people who didn’t give in and use the app).
Most headphone producers weren’t as a rule close to as pushy as Bose about making a record; you don’t need to make one to utilize applications from Sony, Sennheiser, Jabra, etc. So I’m happy to see this change. Bose says clients can in any case make a record later from the settings menu if they wish.
The latest Bose Music also improves the experience for owners of the company’s speakers and soundbars “with faster and easier access to your product controls, favorites, and music services.” There’s also now a graphical EQ interface for the Noise Cancelling Headphones 700.
Stay Tuned. Hope to catch you in the next one. Peace out to you.